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Legal Notice Defendant, Tammy L. Cope, Whose Present

Legal Notice Defendant, Tammy L. Cope, whose present or last known address is 916 Lorain Avenue, Dayton, OH 45410, 22152 Clove Drive, Frankfort, IL 60423 and 1745 West Main Street, New Lebanon, OH 45345, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of Tammy L. Cope, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Tammy L. Cope; Defendant, Unknown Spouse of Tammy L. Cope, whose present or last known address is Unknown, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of Unknown Spouse of Tammy L. Cope, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Unknown Spouse of Tammy L. Cope; Defendant, Associates Home Equity, Inc. n/k/a CitiMortgage, Inc., whose present or last known address is 1000 Technology Drive, MS #140, O'Fallon, MO 63368, c/o CT Corporation System Ohio Agent, 4400 Easton Commons Way, Suite 125, Columbus, OH 43219 and c/o C T Corporation System, 120 South Central Avenue, Clayton, MO 63105, and the unknown administrators and representatives of Associates Home Equity, Inc. n/k/a CitiMortgage, Inc.; Defendant, James H. Stork, whose present or last known address is 40 Louelm Avenue, Dayton, OH 45459, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of James H. Stork, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of James H. Stork; Defendant, Unknown Spouse of James H. Stork, whose present or last known address is Unknown, and the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, administrators and representatives of Unknown Spouse of James H. Stork, and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Unknown Spouse of James H. Stork; Above-listed Defendants shall take notice: that on July 24, 2019 the Prosecuting Attorney of Montgomery County, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Russell M. Joseph as Treasurer of Montgomery County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2019 BR 119, in the Board of Revision of Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint alleges that delinquent real estate taxes stand charged against certain real estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered R72 03906 0056; that the parcel(s) constitute abandoned lands pursuant to Ohio Revised Code §323.65 - §323.79; that the parcel(s) will be sold at a public auction or otherwise transferred or conveyed to a political subdivision, land reutilization corporation, school district or eligible community development organization if not redeemed by the owner or other above-listed Defendants; that the sale, transfer or conveyance will occur per Ohio Revised Code §323.65 - §323.79, and that the owner or other above-listed Defendants may redeem the listed real estate parcel(s) by paying the Impositions against the land at any time before confirmation of sale, or before transfer or conveyance of the parcel, per Ohio Revised Code §323.65 - §323.79 et seq., or at any time before expiration of the alternative redemption period per Ohio Revised Code §§323.65(J) and 323.78(A)-(C). The Office of the Montgomery County, Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the official case file and case docket for this real estate tax foreclosure. All pleadings, petitions, documents and papers associated with this foreclosure and filed by an interested party shall be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and will become part of the Board of Revision case file for this case. Any owner of record may, at any time on or before the fourteenth day after service of process is perfected, file a pleading with the Clerk of Courts requesting that the Board of Revision transfer this case to a court of competent jurisdiction, so that the case can be conducted in accordance with applicable laws. In that event, the foreclosure may commence judicially pursuant to Ohio Revised Code §323.25 - §323.28 or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and 5723. RUSSELL M. JOSEPH, TREASURER OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MARGARET M. CARPER ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF HEARING CASE NO. 2019 BR 119 To: All defendants named in the complaint From: Montgomery County Board of Revision Address: 451 West Third Street, Third Floor City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 Phone: (937) 496-3389 This is a real estate tax foreclosure lawsuit for unpaid real estate taxes regarding Permanent Parcel(s) numbered R72 03906 0056. You are hereby notified that a final foreclosure hearing is now scheduled regarding this tax foreclosure lawsuit against said real estate parcel(s), per Ohio Revised Code §323.65 - §323.79. The hearing will be held on Friday, November 1, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. in the County Administration Building, 451 West Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. Montgomery County records list you as an owner or an interested party in said real estate parcel(s). You may avoid foreclosure if you or an interested party pays the full amount of all taxes, assessments, penalties, interest, costs, and other applicable and permissible charges incurred to date (called "Impositions"), per Ohio Revised Code §323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you may also avoid foreclosure if you enter into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised Code §323.31. To find out if you are eligible to enter into a payment plan, you must go to the Montgomery County Treasurer's Office, 451 West Third Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions exceed the Montgomery County Auditor's valuation of the real estate parcel(s), the property is eligible to be transferred directly to a municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, township, county, or eligible community development group without a Sheriff's sale; or, upon expiration of twenty-eight (28) days from the date of any journalized decree of foreclosure, the property may likewise be transferred to any such entity without further notice and without Sheriff's sale. Failure to defend your interests may result in an adverse decision against you. This means that after the foreclosure lawsuit against said real estate parcel(s) has been adjudicated, the parcels may be sold at Sheriff's sale for the Impositions owed, or transferred or conveyed directly to a township, municipality, school district, land reutilization corporation, county or community development group in the manner prescribed herein. In such event, you may lose any and all right, title or interest in said parcel(s). Board of Revision Notice Date: 8-6, 8-13, 8-20/2019
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