Lincoln County Missouri Tax Lien Certificates
Lincoln County has its county
seat in Troy, and its population in 2000 was 38944. A map
the location of all Missouri counties is available at
For more information about Lincoln County, visit the county's website at: [no website]
In Missouri, all lands and lots with two or more years of delinquent taxes may be offered at public auction. By state law, the tax sale is held annually on the fourth Monday in August. Bidders must be a resident of the county in which the sale is held, or be authorized to bid by a county resident. Each parcel is classified under a specific publication: (1) first and second publications have a one-year redemption, (2) third publications have a 90-day redemption period, and (3) fourth publications have no redemption period. Property that does not sell after the third year sale may be sold across the counter at the Collector's office. Interest on tax certificates is paid at 10 percent annually on the amount of delinquent taxes only, not on any overbid. Subsequent taxes earn 8 percent annually.
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Lincoln County Tax Lien Certificate Sales
Delinquent property land sales in Missouri are conducted by the county Collector's Office. You can visit the Lincoln County Collector's website at:
Information about tax lien certificate sales in this county is available at:
If there is no information online or you have additional questions, the Collector's Office can be contacted at: