we're renting a house, the landlord hasn't paid the back taxes in 3 years, on Feb 15th 2020 is a show cause hearing and on March 3rd is a Judicial Foreclosure Hearing. Landlord is currently in Prison and his sister took over and she shows no intent to pay on the back property taxes, She has lied to me and my fiancee many times, in November i asked her if she was able to pay on the taxes on THIS property and she said yes she did, but she didn't. she paid some on another property he has, and in December she didn't pay any on his 6 properties. now this month we wasn't going to pay anything until we are shown proof the taxes will be paid, but all she could say is, @ 11 P.M. is rent is what pays the taxes and if not paid tonight she is filing a notice to quit. day before we told her to hold off on rent til the show cause hearing at least or until i can consult a attorney, then more than 24 hours later is when she text us that. i been told once the county forecloses he don't own the property and rent is not owed. county treasury said when they foreclose end of march they send out eviction notices first of April and how long we have to vacate.
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