In order to apply for a tax deed, a CP Holder must follow a strict procedure outlined in Wyoming law.
Here are all the rules:
- The CP Holder must apply for a deed after 4 years from the date of sale but no later than 6 years.
- Written notice must be served on each person in possession of the property and on the person in whose name the property was assessed.
- If no person occupies the property, notice must be published in a newspaper in the county for 3 consecutive weeks.
- The application for deed must be made within 3 months of the last notice in the newspaper.
- Notice must be sent by certified mail to any mortgagees that have liens filed on record.
- All notices must list:
- When the CP Holder purchased the certificate,
- In whose name the property was taxed,
- A description of the real property,
- The year the property was taxed or assessed,
- When the Time of Redemption will expire
- When application for the tax deed will be made,
- The amount of any special assessments levied on the property.
Once the CP Holder has completed all these steps, they can apply to the Treasurer's Office for a Tax Deed by signing a statement certifying they have complied with all the procedures, and surrendering their original Certificate of Purchase.
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