2010 Florida Statutes
Judgment for complainant; court may order payment of other taxes or sale subject to taxes; special magistrate’s conveyances.
Judgment for complainant; court may order payment of other taxes or sale subject to taxes; special magistrate’s conveyances.—
In the judgment or decree the court may, in its discretion, direct the payment of all unpaid state and county taxes and also all unpaid city or town taxes and special assessments or installments thereof, imposed or falling due since the institution of the suit, with the penalties and costs, out of the proceeds of such foreclosure sale, or it may order and direct such sale or sales to be made subject to such state, county, and city or town taxes and special assessments.
Any and all conveyances by the special magistrate shall vest in the purchaser the fee simple title to the property so sold, subject only to such liens for state and county taxes or taxing districts whose liens are of equal dignity, and liens for municipal taxes and special assessments, or installments thereof, as are not directed by the decree of sale to be paid out of the proceeds of said sale.
s. 5, ch. 15038, 1931; CGL 1936 Supp. 3004(6); s. 67, ch. 2004-11.