2021 TAX SALE BY TENDER- June 3 2021
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
In accordance with the Municipal Government Act, Section 141 (2), of the Province of Nova Scotia, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Municipality of the County of Annapolis is inviting tenders for the following property:
OWNER: E. Caldwell Holdings Limited
DESCRIPTION: Land, Industrial
ADDRESS: 3411 Highway 201, Centrelea
MINIMUM BID: $7,340.95
REDEEMABLE: 6 months
Tenders must be submitted in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “TENDER #06-2021 – TAX SALE BY TENDER” and mailed, dropped off (front door drop box) or can be delivered in person, by calling 902-532-2331 (Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.), to the Municipality of the County of Annapolis, 752 St. George Street, PO Box 100, Annapolis Royal, NS, B0S 1A0, no later than 10:00 A.M., Thursday, June 3rd, 2021.
NOTE: FAXED/ELECTRONIC TENDERS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE AND WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Tender Forms and Specifications: may be obtained from the Municipality of the County of Annapolis by calling 902-532-2331, on our website www.annapoliscounty.ca or by clicking below:
TENDER FORMS AND SPECIFICIATIONS Click Here
MAPS Click Here
PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO public tender opening due to current Covid-19 restrictions.
Terms: The minimum bid amount required is the total of the taxes, interest and expenses at the time of sale, plus HST if applicable. Tax Deed registration fee and recording is the responsibility of the purchaser after the redemption period. The accepted tender price must be paid within three (3) business days of acceptance. Failure to pay the accepted tender price within that time will result in the tender being awarded to the next highest bidder.
Terms of Payment: in accordance with Section 148 of the Municipality Government Act (MGA), payment shall be by cash, certified cheque, money order, bank draft or lawyer's trust cheque and not otherwise.
Although the Municipality has made all reasonable efforts to confirm ownership, it does not guarantee title or boundaries of the aforementioned properties, nor does it make any representation as to their condition, status, state of repair or suitability for any particular use or occupation. If they are governed by a Land Use By-Law, the purchaser should determine what restrictions apply.
Redemption of tax sale property 152 (1) MGA
Land sold for non-payment of taxes may be redeemed by the owner, a person with a mortgage, lien or other charge on the land or a person having an interest in the land within six months after the date of the sale, but where, at the time of sale, taxes on the land are in arrears for more than six years, no right of redemption exists.
Holly A. Orde
Director of Finance
Municipality of the County of Annapolis