Tax Sales, Redemptions and Tax Deed Proceedings in Illinois

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Every lawyer has clients who own real estate. How do you advise your client if their real estate taxes have been sold? If their taxes are paid but a "parent parcel" has been sold? If they missed the redemption period? If they have lost title to a tax deed? If they are facing eviction after issuance of a tax deed? They have options even if they have lost title and cannot set aside the tax deed via a motion to vacate or a petition to vacate. Don't miss the opportunity to advise your clients effectively.

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