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Moose Jaw city hall is pictured.
The city is taking measures for tax enforcement.
According to a financial services report, fifty-six properties have overdue taxes in the City of Moose Jaw.
Additional tax enforcement is now required on the 56 properties that have outstanding amounts from the 2012 tax year.
At Monday’s council meeting, council authorized city administration to make the initial application for tax title abiding by the provisions of the tax enforcement act regarding those properties.
The initial application for title is regarding liens placed on those properties. Liens are a legal claim on an asset, in this case a property, allowing the holder to take possession of the property if certain conditions aren’t fulfilled.
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