The propieties could be sold out with or without debts
The real thing its to inform the buyer that there are debts to be paid before to incribe the propiety on his name in the real state register
So, the buyer, could deduce from the price the debts, pay them, pay you the rest, and inscribe on his name
That its the regular procedure
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Yes, if you owe back taxes those back taxes can be paid from the proceeds of the sale of the house, and must be paid from the proceeds before the title can be cleared and the lien released.When you sell the home, the forms will list the liens that will be paid off before you even get a check for the proceeds from the sale and that tax lien would be paid off from the sale.
Yes, that it is
The buyer ussually pays the debts and then pay the rest to the seller
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