Michigan Lawyers Weekly The Michigan resource for legal news, up-to-date court opinions and the latest law practice news and views. Where a county treasurer had mailed notice of property foreclosure on account of delinquent taxes to the owner's record address, had published notice of the forfeiture for three weeks, and had attempted to personally serve notice by a process server who, upon finding the property unoccupied, had posted notice of the foreclosure proceedings on each property, the owner was not deprived of due process, and the trial court lacked jurisdiction to hear a complaint by the owner to quiet title.

Foreclosure News

Comments

comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.