What happens if I do not keep my plan current or up to date?

If the installment plan defaults, a new plan may not be started until July 1 of the following fiscal year. Additional penalties at an annual rate of 18% will continue to be computed on the unpaid balance each time a plan is restarted. Please be aware that an Redemption Installment Plan cannot be started after the property becomes Subject To Power To Sell. This occurs when the property has been delinquent for more than five years. 

Example: If you have delinquent taxes from the 1997-98 tax year, as of July 1, 2003, you CANNOT participate in the installment plan. You must pay in full the amount of outstanding taxes to keep the property from being sold at the Public Auction that is scheduled for early 2004.

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1. As a new owner, what do I need to know?
2. What is a Secured tax bill?
3. Are there any exemption programs for Secured taxes?
4. Do I have recourse if I think the assessed value of my property is too high?
5. Do I have the right to appeal the Assessor's Secured assessed value?
6. When are secured property tax bills mailed?
7. How do I change the mailing address on my tax bill?
8. What should I do if I don't receive a secured property tax bill?
9. When are secured property taxes due?
10. What is property tax postponement?
11. What happens if I don't pay my taxes on time?
12. Can I pay less than the amount due?
13. Is my lender paying this bill?
14. What are Special Assessments?
15. What is a Supplemental tax bill?
16. Who may apply for the Installment Plan of Redemption?
17. Is an installment plan available to pay my delinquent taxes?
18. Is there a fee to apply for the installment plan?
19. Does interest continue to accrue while participating in the installment plan?
20. What happens if I do not keep my plan current or up to date?
21. If I don't pay my taxes, when would you sell my house?