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No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town.

No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town.

No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town.

No. The buyer's attorney must make certain the taxes are paid by obtaining a certificate to that effect from the town.

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