IRS liens will pass with the transfer of title. In reality, no title company would insure title without a satisfaction from the IRS. If the house is sold at a sheriff sale, the bidder would take subject to the IRS.Ask a similar question
I agree with the previous answer and the liens and mortgage will need to be settled in order of priority.
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I agree with my colleague. You would need to reach a settlement with the IRS prior to or as part of a sale.
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First of all, with no pending foreclosure case (you say it was "dismissed w/o prejudice") there can be no judicial sale. Consider filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. You may be able to get the IRS to come to the table if you're in Chapter 13. Consult with a PA bankruptcy attorney to get more reliable advice.
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