Tax Liens

Advertisement of Tax Liens on Real Property

Under the authority vested in me by Section 105-369 of the North Carolina General Statutes and pursuant to an order of the Tax Commission of Randolph County dated, 02-08-2023, I am hereby advertising tax liens for the year 2022 upon the real property described below.

The real property parcel subject to the lien, the name of the parcel’s owner as of January 6, 2023, (and/or the names of subsequent owners), and the amount of taxes due are set out below. The amount advertised represents only the principal taxes for the tax year 2023 that were unpaid as of 03/3/2023. The actual amount owed by the taxpayer will be increased by all taxes owed for prior tax years and by all applicable interest, costs, and fees. The omission of prior years’ taxes and interest, costs and fees from the amount advertised will not constitute a waiver of the taxing unit’s claim for these items

If the taxes remain unpaid, the tax collector will use all available collection remedies to collect the delinquent taxes, including the levy on personal property, the garnishment of wages, the attachment of bank accounts, rents, debts or other property and the foreclosure and sale of the real property. These collections procedures do not apply to taxpayers subject to pending federal bankruptcy petitions.

When a parcel was subdivided after January 1, 2022, and the ownership of one or more of the resulting parcels were transferred, the amount of the tax lien on each parcel, as shown in this advertisement, is the amount of the lien on the original parcel as it existed on January 1, 2022, and is subject to adjustment when the taxes are paid or the lien is foreclosed.

This 15th day of March, 2023.

Debra P. Hill
Tax Administrator

The following taxes had not been paid by 5:00 P.M. on March 3, 2023.

Outstanding Tax Liens: Property Owner on January 1