Public Act 123 of 1999 - Time frame that delinquent taxes can be paid
Livingston County, MichiganTreasurerPublic Act 123 of 1999 - Time frame that delinquent taxes can be paid

Public Act 123 of 1999 - Time frame that delinquent taxes can be paid

Some Important Information for Property Owners

Public Act 123 of 1999 reduced the time frame in which delinquent taxes can be paid, from 5 years to approximately 2 years. Delinquent taxes are charged a 1% interest per month in the first year of delinquency. In the second year of delinquency, interest increases to 1.5% per month along with additional fees, such as the $175.00 forfeiture fee. If taxes remain unpaid for a two year period, the property will be foreclosed and sold at a public auction held by the State of Michigan. ONCE FORECLOSED, PROPERTY CAN NO LONGER BE REDEEMED.

REMEMBER - FORECLOSURE IS FINAL!!
PAY YOUR DELINQUENT TAXES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

 
Related Information:

​Did You Know That?​

  • Public terminals are available in the County Treasurer’s office for viewing property information
  • Address changes are submitted to your local township/city
  • We offer Plat Books for sale
  • Check the Michigan Department of Treasury site for Livingston County Properties being sold for tax default