Do I have to be present at the Sale Confirmation Hearing?
Attendance at this court date is recommended, however not mandatory. At the Sale Confirmation Hearing, the Judge signs the Order Approving Sale. The Order Approving Sale is required to obtain the property deed from the Sheriff’s Office. If you do not attend the sale, this order will be made available to you by the lender’s attorneys. Upon receipt of the Order Approving Sale, bring the document to the Sheriff’s Office and a selling agent will complete the property deed.

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1. Can the Sheriff’s Office provide legal advice?
2. How often does the Sheriff’s Office hold auctions?
3. Do I need to register to place a bid on a property?
4. Will I be responsible for any unpaid back-taxes on the property?
5. If I purchase a property at auction, will I be responsible for any liens held against the property?
6. Is a payment on the property required the day of the auction?
7. Whom do I make a certified check to?
8. Can I place a bid lower than the opening bid amount?
9. When can I access the property?
10. Do I have to be present at the Sale Confirmation Hearing?
11. Can I finance a foreclosed home through the Sheriff’s Office?
12. How does the eviction process work?