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Posted on: 11th Jan, 2014 08:53 am
I previously owned a home mobile home in Kansas they are saying that the taxes for 2004 we're not paid the house was repossessed and 2004 and sold at an auction they are not allowing me to get my vehicle tags saying I owe 2000 for taxes from my understanding when a house is auctioned off all the back taxes are to be paid first can you help me with this situation I am disabled and cannot afford the back taxes to get my tags on my vehicle I have contacted finance company and it seems like nobody is willing to help me please call me if possible at 620 960 4458 the most argent reply on this would be greatly greatly appreciated please please help me
Hi Payge,

Well, given your situation, it will be better if you could immediately get in touch with a tax professional and take his help in knowing whether or not you really owe taxes on your mobile home. If not, then you can take legal help in dealing with this matter.
Posted on: 12th Jan, 2014 06:57 pm
Hi Payge!

Welcome to the forums!

It will be better to get in touch with an attorney in this regard. If you cannot afford to pay the back taxes in full, you can set up a repayment plan to pay it off.

Feel free to ask if you've further queries.

Sussane
Posted on: 13th Jan, 2014 09:22 pm
I am not an attorney, so, not really correct for me to answer this.

Having said that, the mobile home was sold at auction.
That means there is a new owner.
When somebody buys a house, the title company does a search for any open liens on the property and they do a tax search to determine if any taxes owed. If taxes are owed, they must be paid by someone---from the proceeds of the sale or by the buyer. If the title search misses that back taxes are owed and later it comes to light, the title company must pay the taxes.

I am not sure what happens with mobile homes. I would think a similar type process takes place, maybe with UCC searches?
Posted on: 15th Jan, 2014 01:41 pm
I am not an attorney, so, not really correct for me to answer this.

Having said that, the mobile home was sold at auction.
That means there is a new owner.
When somebody buys a house, the title company does a search for any open liens on the property and they do a tax search to determine if any taxes owed. If taxes are owed, they must be paid by someone---from the proceeds of the sale or by the buyer. If the title search misses that back taxes are owed and later it comes to light, the title company must pay the taxes.

I am not sure what happens with mobile homes. I would think a similar type process takes place, maybe with UCC searches?
Posted on: 15th Jan, 2014 01:41 pm
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