A Lawyer friend of mine who was an expert in IRS law purposely let his house sale at a “IRS / Sheriff sale, he sued for quiet title action, put IRS agent in the witness-stand and asked the following:
Q1.Â Did you instruct the sheriff to sell my house?
Q2. Did you own the house?
Q3. Did the owner of the house give you permission or authority to sell the house?
Q4. Are you well trained and qualified to do your job?
Q3. Did you have a court order, warrant, or judgment to sell the subject house?
Then my friend turned to the judge and said, being that the USA government can only sell that which they owns with out a court order, warrant, or judgment, judge is there anything more we need to discuss at this hearing?
The Judge said no, adding that the house is to be returned back to Ed, my friend.
It was a 15 minute hearing.
Ed said the family that purchased the house may fave never got their money back.
((All sheriff / IRS sales are AS-IS / no warranty deed.))
I always let the sheriff know there is no court order when he is “invited” to sell a property.
Subject: RE: Sheriff’s sale
Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2011 08:28:33 -0700
Sheriff’s sales are evidenced by a deed which does not warrant or guarantee of Â title in the property allegedly subject to sale for non-payment of some alleged debt.Â In fact, such sales are based on an expressed disclaimer of any right, title or interest.
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2011 7:15 AM
Subject: Sheriff’s sale
Have there been any successes in our group to stop a Sheriff,s sale of one’s home, using what you have taught us.Â Or does the Sheriff simply ignore the truth and sell the home?
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