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No. You must register in person the morning of the tax sale between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m.
No. The sale is a public auction. Properties will be sold to the highest bidder.
The Clerk of the District Court will accept cash, personal checks, and certified checks. No payments by credit card will be accepted, and properties must be paid for by the close of the sale.
You may redeem your property by contacting the County Treasurer's Office at 785-238-6021 and by paying all taxes, interest, penalties, and court costs assessed against the property. You may redeem the property up to 5 p.m. the day before the tax sale.
Properties that are auctioned off "on the courthouse steps" are being foreclosed on by a private mortgage company (a "Sheriff's Sale"). You must contact the attorney representing the mortgage company. That name and contact information will be in the Notice of Sale published in the newspaper