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It also states that you intend to maintain this county as your permanent residence.
If you are an American citizen, you will need to bring: If you are not an American citizen, you will need to bring proof of your PERMANENT alien status issued to you by Immigration in addition to those items listed above.
Declaration of Domicile forms are available in the Clerk's office and in a fillable pdf format here.
Fees are established by legislative action and are subject to change. 19 North Clearwater, FL 33761 (727) 464-7000 Monday - Friday, a.m. CLERK'S TYRONE BRANCH OFFICE * 1800 66th Street North St. PETERSBURG BRANCH OFFICE 545 First Avenue North St.
Properties are offered for sale to the highest bidder in order to satisfy delinquent property taxes.
The Clerk’s Office conducts the sale or public auction in accordance with Florida Statutes, Chapter 197 and the Florida Administrative Code, Chapter 12D-13.
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With e Recording, customers can simply scan the original document to be recorded, convert it to an electronic image, add indexing information and with one click of the mouse submit it to the Pinellas County Clerk of Court's Recording Office.
Unless the property is redeemed prior to the sale, the sale is held in accordance with Chapter 197, Florida Statutes. All properties are sold “AS IS” and bidders are responsible for conducting their own research as to the condition of the property and the state of the title of the property being sold.
There may be encumbrances (outstanding judgments, current years taxes, and other liens) that survive the tax deed sale and become the responsibility of the winning bidder.
YOU MUST DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH FOR EACH PROPERTY or consult with someone who can advise you legally.
The Clerk’s Office makes no warranties or representation about the location or condition regarding any property, the condition of structures or fixtures, its marketability, existing or potential uses, zoning regulations or laws that may affect current or future uses of the property, outstanding or potential liens, mortgages or encumbrances or defects in title that may exist.