Form JD-CV-80 "Foreclosure by Sale, Fact Sheet - Notice to Bidders" - Connecticut

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FORECLOSURE BY SALE FACT
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
SHEET - NOTICE TO BIDDERS
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CV-80 Rev. 10-10
www.jud.ct.gov
June Special Session, Public Act No. 09-3
Name of case (Plaintiff v. Defendant)
Docket number
Address of property
Size, type and age of property
Appraisal date
Appraisal value
Number of bedrooms
Number of bathrooms
Annual property taxes
If vacant, how long
Taxes paid to date?
Yes
No
Notice To Bidders
Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure by sale rendered by the Superior Court for the Judicial District of
at
in the case of
Docket No.
the property known as
is being sold at public auction on Saturday,
at 12:00 noon.
The property is legally described in Attachment A.
The sale is subject to approval by the Court.
Anyone wishing to participate in the bidding, except the foreclosing plaintiff, must register with the Committee prior to the
auction and present for the Committee's examination a certified or bank check in the amount of (Amount of Deposit)
$
Amount of Deposit in words
.
Qualified bidders will be issued numbers, and bidding will be conducted and recorded by those numbers. The Committee
must collect all deposit checks from bidders when bidders register to bid. The successful bidder will be required to endorse
the check to the Clerk of the Superior Court at the conclusion of the auction.
A report of the results of this auction will be submitted promptly to the Court for approval. The successful bidder must be
prepared to pay the balance of the purchase price within thirty (30) days after the approval of the sale. The deposit may be
ordered forfeited if the successful bidder fails to complete the transaction within the thirty-day period.
The property is being sold "as is," subject to no contingencies whatsoever. The Committee makes no warranties, either
express or implied, concerning the property's condition, and no adjustments will be made for any defects that may be
discovered after this date. The Committee makes no representations of any kind as to the environmental condition of the
property. All bids are to be made based on the bidder's own information and knowledge of the property, learned
through his or her own efforts, and not on any representation or comments made by the Committee.
The property is being sold free and clear of the liens(s) being foreclosed, and of all interests subsequent in right to that lien.
The property is being sold subject to:
A.) All taxes due the city of
not foreclosed by this action. The Tax Collector has advised the
Committee that the outstanding balance on these taxes is $
plus accruing interest.
,
The Committee makes no representations as to the accuracy of this information.
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FORECLOSURE BY SALE FACT
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
SHEET - NOTICE TO BIDDERS
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CV-80 Rev. 10-10
www.jud.ct.gov
June Special Session, Public Act No. 09-3
Name of case (Plaintiff v. Defendant)
Docket number
Address of property
Size, type and age of property
Appraisal date
Appraisal value
Number of bedrooms
Number of bathrooms
Annual property taxes
If vacant, how long
Taxes paid to date?
Yes
No
Notice To Bidders
Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure by sale rendered by the Superior Court for the Judicial District of
at
in the case of
Docket No.
the property known as
is being sold at public auction on Saturday,
at 12:00 noon.
The property is legally described in Attachment A.
The sale is subject to approval by the Court.
Anyone wishing to participate in the bidding, except the foreclosing plaintiff, must register with the Committee prior to the
auction and present for the Committee's examination a certified or bank check in the amount of (Amount of Deposit)
$
Amount of Deposit in words
.
Qualified bidders will be issued numbers, and bidding will be conducted and recorded by those numbers. The Committee
must collect all deposit checks from bidders when bidders register to bid. The successful bidder will be required to endorse
the check to the Clerk of the Superior Court at the conclusion of the auction.
A report of the results of this auction will be submitted promptly to the Court for approval. The successful bidder must be
prepared to pay the balance of the purchase price within thirty (30) days after the approval of the sale. The deposit may be
ordered forfeited if the successful bidder fails to complete the transaction within the thirty-day period.
The property is being sold "as is," subject to no contingencies whatsoever. The Committee makes no warranties, either
express or implied, concerning the property's condition, and no adjustments will be made for any defects that may be
discovered after this date. The Committee makes no representations of any kind as to the environmental condition of the
property. All bids are to be made based on the bidder's own information and knowledge of the property, learned
through his or her own efforts, and not on any representation or comments made by the Committee.
The property is being sold free and clear of the liens(s) being foreclosed, and of all interests subsequent in right to that lien.
The property is being sold subject to:
A.) All taxes due the city of
not foreclosed by this action. The Tax Collector has advised the
Committee that the outstanding balance on these taxes is $
plus accruing interest.
,
The Committee makes no representations as to the accuracy of this information.
(continued on back/page 2)
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B.) Water and Sewer use charges not foreclosed by this action. The Regional Water Authority and the Water Pollution
Control Authority have advised the Committee that the outstanding balance on these charges total $
plus accruing interest. The Committee makes no representations as to the accuracy of this information.
C.) All building and zoning regulations of the the city of
which affect this property.
D.) All building lines, easements, restrictions and all other matters concerning this property which appear of record.
E.) The rights of any person in possession or occupancy of the property who have not been made parties to this
foreclosure action.
F.) The right of the United States of America to redeem the property, if applicable under Federal law.
G.) Any other liens on this property which have not been foreclosed by this action.
The successful bidder must record the committee deed within 30 days of the closing.
Any additional information, including but not limited to special features and other information regarding the property,
is included as Attachment
.
Committee for Sale (Name)
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