Delinquent Tax Foreclosures
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENTS
OF FORECLOSURE OF LIENS FOR
DELINQUENT LAND TAXES
COMMON PLEAS COURT
CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OHIO
WHEREAS, Judgments of Foreclosure have been rendered in certain delinquent tax foreclosure cases for taxes, assessments, penalties, interest and other charges, if any, and, costs incurred in the proceedings due thereon. The permanent parcel number of the respective parcel of land in each case; the Common Pleas Court number, the name of the case; the legal description; and, the taxes, assessments, penalties, interest and other charges, if any, (the first dollar amount), and, the estimated costs incurred in the proceedings, (the second dollar amount), which together constitutes the total amount of the findings of the Court for the plaintiff, County Treasurer, and also constitutes the "Minimum Bid" for each parcel as defined by the Statutes of Ohio (last dollar amount); are set forth below as follows:
- NOTE: Some cases may have included more than one parcel. Those additional parcels may be found by reviewing this entire ad.
- NOTE: The last dollar figure set forth for each parcel is the minimum bid which can be offered for each parcel.
The following parcels of land have been determined by electing municipal corporation, within whose boundaries such “Nonproductive Lands” are situated, to be “Nonproductive Lands” in accordance with Section 5722 of the Ohio Revised Code, and if no “Minimum Bid,” or higher bid, is received for a parcel after being offered for sale at the two (2) sales set forth below, said parcel shall be sold to the electing municipal corporation within whose boundaries said parcel is located according to Section 5722.03 of the Ohio Revised Code.
109-18-122; 939179; James Rokakis vs. Pearl Toney, et al.; $0.00, $0.00, $18,665.03
Permanent Parcel No. 109-18-122
Situated in the City of Cleveland, County of Cuyahoga and State of Ohio:
And known as being part of Sublot Nos. 65 and 66, in Morison and Glenn’s Boulevard Park Allotment of part of Original One Hundred Acre Lot No. 378, as shown by the recorded plat in Volume 19 of Maps, Page 26 of Cuyahoga County Records and together forming a parcel of land, bounded and described as follows: Beginning on the Southerly line of Hampden Avenue, N.E. (formerly Mansion Street) at the Northeasterly corner of land conveyed by William Shaw and Amelia Shaw, husband and wife, to Jeannette Weber by deed dated November 20, 1902 and recorded in Volume 872, Page 118 of Cuyahoga County Records; thence Easterly along said Southerly line of Hampden Avenue, N.E., 36 feet; thence Southerly on a line parallel to the Westerly line of said Sublot No. 66, about 97-83/100 feet to the Southerly line of said Sublot No. 66; thence Westerly along the Southerly line of said Sublot Nos. 66 and 65, 36 feet to the Easterly line of land conveyed to Jeannette Weber, as aforesaid; thence Northerly along said Easterly line, about 98-10/100 feet to the place of beginning, be the same more or less, but subject to all legal highways.
Also subject to zoning ordinances, if any.
All of the above parcels being subject to restrictions, covenants, limitations, conditions, easements and rights of way of record, running with the land, if any.
Whereas, such Judgments of Foreclosure ordered the respective parcel therein to be separately sold at public sale by the undersigned to satisfy the total amount of such Findings by the Court for the County Treasurer for each respective parcel;
Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that the Sheriff of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, will sell each parcel at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder at or above the "MINIMUM BID" (last dollar amount for each parcel), which is the total amount of the findings of Court for the County Treasurer for all taxes, assessments, penalties, interest and other charges, if any, and all costs incurred in the proceedings due thereon, commencing at the hour of 10:00 A.M. at 1215 West Third Street, in the Justice Center Auditorium of the Justice Center in Cleveland, Ohio, on the 17th day of February, 2022, and continuing, if necessary, from day to day thereafter to satisfy the Judgment of Foreclosure as to each parcel. If any parcel does not receive a sufficient bid, that is, at or above the "Minimum Bid", it shall again be offered for sale, under the same terms and conditions of the first sale, at the same time of day and at the same place, on the 3rd day of March, 2022, and continuing, if necessary, from day to day thereafter to satisfy the Judgments of Foreclosure as to each parcel.
Notice is given that such taxes and special assessments, or installments of special assessments, and any other assessments, which are not legally due and payable according to law at the Confirmation of Sale shall remain a first and best lien on the parcels, and the purchasers shall take such premises subject to all such taxes and assessments.
Terms of Sale: A deposit of a Certified Check, payable to the Sheriff, or CASH, for ten percent (10%) of the purchase price will be required at the time the bid is accepted; except where the amount bid is Three Thousand Dollars, ($3,000.00) or less, the minimum deposit shall be Three Hundred Dollars, ($300.00); and, except where the minimum bid for a parcel is less than Three Hundred Dollars, ($300.00) the full amount shall be paid at the time the bid is accepted; and, the maximum deposit in any case shall be Ten Thousand Dollars, ($10,000.00). Rule 27 of the Common Pleas Court of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, applies to these sales.
NOTE: Prospective bidders are responsible for knowing what they are bidding on prior to the time of the sale by first having reviewed the records of the City wherein the parcel is located, and the records of the County, especially those located in the "Map Room" of the County Administration Building, and further, by personally viewing the parcel at its location.
The FULL purchase price shall be paid to the Sheriff within THIRTY (30) days from the date of sale, and unless paid within fifteen (15) days from date of sale, shall bear interest at the rate of ten percent (10%) until paid, and on failure to do so, the purchaser shall be adjudged in contempt of court. (These terms of sale shall not apply where the parcels are sold to an electing municipal corporation under the "Land Reutilization Program" - Chapter 5722 of the Ohio Revised Code).
NOTE: Per Section 5721.25 of the Ohio Revised Code, an owner of a parcel may redeem his property by payment in full of all taxes and costs until the sale of such parcel is confirmed by the Court - approximately 15 days after the sale.
This advertisement is prepared and published pursuant to the provisions of Sections 5721.18, 5721.181, 5721.19, 5721.191, 5721.25 (5722.01, 5722.02, 5722.03, 5722.08) of the Ohio Revised Code.
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