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If the county commissioner is using their position for personal gain, that would be an ethical violation and potentially criminal.
The Tennessee Ethics Commission accepts complaints and will investigate allegations of that nature.
If I understand you correctly, the public official used their position to manipulate the bidding process to their advantage.
Should I contact them first.
I can provide the link. There may not be a right of private action meaning there may not be an ability to file a civil suit. Instead the law may provide for the state agency responsible, the Ethics Commission, to investigate and pursue the claim.
Here is the link for the complaint:
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The "final sale" date could be in couple of days or in a month...according to records I've researched...should I contacyt an attorney, too? If so, what knid should I seek? Do you have any suggestions in Jackson, tn?
In such situations, it may be possible to file seek injunctive relief to stop a sale.
That would require an attorney due to the complexity of such an action.
how do I do that?
I am not permitted to refer a specific attorney, but you may consider using the bar association lawyer referral service.
I can provide that link
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no I think I'm good now...thanx
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