How and when do I make payments if I am the highest bidder?

Unless otherwise stated by the Court at the sale, the following rules apply to all payments: (1) at least 5% of your bid must be paid by 4:00 p.m. on the date of the sale; (2) the remaining balance of the bid must be paid within 20 days from the date of sale; (3) all payments must be made by certified check; and (4) all checks must be made payable to the “Master in Equity” and delivered to the Court. By placing a bid, you are deemed by the Court with having the read the Notice of Sale and all other documents contained within the case file. See FAQ No. 3 for instructions on how to view the case file online.

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1. Do you handle TAX SALES?
2. Where do I file pleadings, motions, petitions or other documents?
3. How do I view court records online?
4. How do I access a SALES Roster?
5. Where and when are foreclosure sales held?
6. Do I have to register to attend the sale?
7. What is the bidding process?
8. May I inspect the property prior to foreclosure sale?
9. How does a request for a deficiency judgment affect the bidding process?
10. How and when do I make payments if I am the highest bidder?
11. If I do not make payment(s) by the required time, what happens?
12. Will I receive title to the property free and clear of all other liens?
13. If I am the highest bidder, when may I take possession of the property?
14. How do I contact Plaintiff’s counsel?