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That's something the state law where the property is located determines. Another factor would be the amount of taxes owed compared to the value of the property. For example, most judges would not let the state seize and sell a home that was worth if there is a gross disparity between taxes owed and what the assessed value of the property.

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Q: How long does it take if the taxes on your house have not been paid for the state to take it if it has not been paid in four years and you still are not making payments?
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