Under existing law, after a parcel of property has been sold for the owner's failure to pay ad valorem taxes assessed against that property, if the owner has not redeemed the property within three years from the tax sale, the tax purchaser may demand a tax deed. After the tax purchaser becomes eligible to demand the tax deed, the only way an owner may redeem the property is by bringing a civil action against the tax purchaser to recover the property. This action is known as judicial redemption and must be brought within a three-year period after the date the tax purchaser becomes eligible to demand the tax deed, unless the owner remains in possession of the property
This bill would further provide that the limits for judicial redemption apply only to the owner of property to recover that property and that the tax purchaser is not subject to these limitations
Relating to redemption of land after sale for delinquent taxes; to amend Section 40-10-82, Code of Alabama 1975, to provide further for judicial redemption civil actions brought by the owner of property attempting to recover that property.
|April 6, 2022||S||Indefinitely Postponed|
|March 30, 2022||S||Read for the second time and placed on the calendar|
|March 17, 2022||S||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Judiciary|
|Hearing||March 30, 2022||Room 325 at 08:30||Senate JUDY Hearing|