sale for taxes

sale for taxes
A sale of property to enforce the payment of taxes assessed thereon. 51 Am J1st Tax § 1022. A sale of a delinquent taxpayer's property after seizure in the collection of federal taxes, interest, and penalties. Internal Revenue Code §§ 6321, 6331.

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