TOWN OF CUMBERLAND
COLLECTOR’S SALE OF ESTATES FOR TAXES & ASSESSMENTS DUE AND UNPAID
The undersigned, Finance Director of the Town of Cumberland, hereby gives notice that he will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, 45 Broad Street, Cumberland, Rhode Island, on January 16, 2019, at 10:00 A.M. Local Time, the following described parcels of real estate (for the levy upon which notice is hereby given) or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes, sewer use, sewer assessments, and/or any other assessments which constitute a lien thereon, (including where applicable, any assessments and/or any liens pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws 23-27.3-125.7), together with interest, costs and expenses incident to this sale.
Each of the following described parcels will be sold for the payment of the taxes, sewer use, sewer assessments, and/or any other assessments. Information as to the nature of the said taxes, sewer use, sewer assessments and/or any other assessments, and the amounts due on the several parcels may be obtained from the undersigned and will be announced at the sale.
For a more particular description of said estates, reference is made to the Assessor’s Plats as the same appeared in the Office of the Assessor or Assessors of said Town of Cumberland. TERMS: CASH, CERTIFIED CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.
TERMS: COMPLIANCE WITH R.I.G.L. 44-9-13.1 AND COMPLIANCE WITH R.I.G.L.44-9-13.
Property upon which taxes have been paid in full prior to the tax sale will not, of course, be auctioned at the tax sale. Please be advised that if the above property in which you have a substantial interest is sold at tax sale, then you have one (1) year to redeem it through he Collector’s Office or through the tax sale purchaser by tendering the taxes paid, plus a ten percent (10%) penalty on the tax sale amount, plus one percent (1%) interest on the tax sale amount from the seventh month onward. After one (1) year, you may exercise your right to redeem through the tax sale purchaser, or, if a Petition to Foreclose your Right of Redemption has been filed in Superior Court, you may redeem through the Court until a Final Decree is entered forever foreclosing your right of redemption.
DONNA SULLIVAN, ACTING FINANCE DIRECTOR, TOWN OF CUMBERLAND