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    I have a VERY HIGH interest in owning a duplex that's located near me. It's vacant, not maintained, and the electricity to it has been shut off. I assume it's abandoned. I did some checking, and the 2006 property taxes haven't been paid. In November, if the taxes remain un-paid it will enter a Tax Lien sale, but Franklin county Ohio sells the tax liens in bulk rather than individually. If I were to pay the 2006 taxes on the property, assuming it isn't in foreclosure (Which I'm pretty sure it isn't currently) could I file a lien of my own on the property? If I can, what rights does this give me to the property?

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    Re: Property assumption

    You may want to check title status with a title company and then go to speak with the city. Normally you cannot do and the entire public has a right to bid etc., unless you own it, but exceptions do exist.

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