Although property taxes are generally dischargeable in a Bankruptcy, if the taxes were owed by a corporation, and not by you personally, those taxes do not belong in your personal Bankruptcy.
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It is possible for an owner or officer of a corporation to be held personally liable for debts of a corporation or an LLC - including property taxes - if it is determined that there was some fraud involved. This is the only way the owner or officer can be held personally liable, if the debts were not personally guaranteed.
That is why I said that "property taxes are generally dischargeable".
If it is determined that owner or officer is personally liable because of fraud, then the property taxes cannot be discharged in a Bankruptcy. Bankruptcy Stat. 523(a)(2).
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