Lincoln, Town of

Lincoln, Town of

100 Old River Rd., P.O. Box 100, Lincoln, RI 02865

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Lincoln, Town of Town of Lincoln COLLECTORS SALE OF ESTATES FOR TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS DUE AND UNPAID WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, TOWN HALL, MAY 31, 2019. The undersigned, Finance Director of the Town of Lincoln, hereby gives notice that he will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, in the Council Chambers, Lincoln Town Hall, 100 Old River Road, Lincoln, Rhode Island on May 31, 2019, at 10:00 A.M. Local Time, various parcels of real estate (for the levy upon which notice is hereby given) or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the taxes and assessments and/or water charges and assessments which constitute a lien thereon (including where applicable, any tangible taxes and/or any liens pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws 23-27.3-125.7) together with interest, costs and expenses incident to this sale, as set forth in the original Advertisement of May 9, 2019 published in The Valley Breeze of that date, to which reference is hereby made. Property upon which taxes and assessments and/or water charges and assessments have been paid since the advertisement rst appeared will not, of course, be included in the sale. Please be advised that if the property referred to in the advertisement of May 9, 2019 (published in The Valley Breeze of that date) in which you have a substantial interest is sold at tax sale, then you will have one (1) year to redeem it through the Collectors Of ce or through the tax sale purchaser by tendering the taxes paid, plus a ten percent (10%) penalty on the tax sale amount, plus an additional one percent (1%) penalty per month on the tax sale amount from the seventh month onward, unless a shorter period to redeem is provided under Rhode Island Law. After one (1) year, unless otherwise provided under Rhode Island Law, you may exercise your right to redeem through the tax sale purchaser, or, if a Petition to Foreclose your Right of Redemption has been led in Superior Court, you may redeem through the Court until a Final Decree is entered forever foreclosing your right of redemption. JOHN F. WARD, FINANCE DIRECTOR, TOWN OF LINCOLN