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No, you have no legal responsibility to upkeep property that you no longer own. You are not allowed to be penalized due to the inefficiencies of the government. Once the property was purchased by another investor, that investor becomes responsible for the property. Any citation issued to you as a former owner would be without legal merit and the government would have no legal ability to enforce it against you personally. Their recourse is solely against the property and the new owner.
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