All offered properties may be subject to flooding. Any new construction or reconstruction should be elevated above the 100-year flood plain. Also, any filling, dredging, or other permanent construction below the ordinary high-water mark of the water body involved may be subject to the provisions of MCL 324.30101, et seq and/or MCL 324.9101, et seq.. Any earth change on the property may be subject to the provisions of MCL 342.9101, et seq. These properties may also be subject to the provisions of MCL 324.30301, et seq. It may be determined by a Unit of Local Government and agreed to by the Treasurer that certain tax foreclosed properties may be dangerous buildings, public nuisances and/or may be considered hazardous to public health, safety and welfare pursuant to city ordinances and the Michigan Public Health Code. Upon agreement between a Unit of Local Government and the Treasurer as to which foreclosed parcels may be dangerous buildings, public nuisances and/or may be considered hazardous to public health, safety and welfare pursuant to city ordinances and the Michigan Public Health Code, the parties may enter into a Consent Agreement, Order and Notice for Demolition (“Agreement”) relative to the affected forecl osed properties. This Agreement will be recorded with the Ingham County Register of Deeds, serve as an Order of Demolition and Notice of same to all subsequent holders of title at time of execution and recording of the Agreement, the Treasurer has waived any and all rights to inspections, notices of code violations, publication of violations, hearings, including all hearings before the Building Board of Appeals, and notices of demolition to which the Treasurer might be entitled under local ordinances and policies for each property subject to an Agreement. All foreclosed properties subject to an Agreement will require a performance bond to facilitate and guarantee compliance with the demolition order. MINIMUM BID PRICE At the 1st Public Land Sale Auction, no sales will be made for less than the minimum bid price indicated. “Minimum Bid” is de fined in MCL 211.78m(16)(c) as “the minimum amount established by the foreclosing governmental unit for which property may be sold or tran sfe rred…must include all of the delinquent taxes, interest, penalties, and fees due on the property, and may include any additional expenses incurred by the foreclosing governmental unit in connection with the forfeiture, foreclosure, maintenance, repair, or remediation of the property or the administration of this act for the property…” At the 2nd Public Land Sale Auction, the Treasurer as the Foreclosing Governmental Unit will establish a reasonable opening bid at the sale to recover the cost of the sale of the parcel or parcels as provided by law, including, where applicable, a performance bond to facilitate and guarantee compliance with any existing demolition order. BIDDING Any registered person who has made their $2,000 deposit may bid on the properties offered. A bidder must display a bidder’s c ard to bid. A person unable to attend the sale can be represented at the sale by an agent or representative with legal authority to bind and otherwise represent the person. The registered bidder is legally and financially responsible for all parcels bid upon whether representing oneself or acting as a representative. Parcels will be sold as Bid Item 33 01 thru Bid Item 33 58. All items will be sold at the Lansing Center. The parcels available for sale are listed in the attached Exhibit A. All parcels in a given Bid Item will be sold as one unit. The sale will be awarded to the individual bidding the highest amount equal to or greater than the starting bid for the Bid Item in question.
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