Certain parcels of historic value will also contain and be subject to the following additional restriction:
No demolition, construction, alteration, remodeling, or any other activity shall be undertaken or permitted to be undertaken on the Property which would affect historically significant exterior features. Exterior construction materials, architectural details, form, fenestration, scale and mass should not be adversely affected nor the structural soundness or setting altered without prior written permission of Preservation Lansing affirming that such reconstruction, repair, refinishing, rehabilitation, preservation, or restoration will meet The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties set forth in 36 CFR Part 68.
Furthermore the Treasurer, at his discretion, may require that, as a prerequisite to closing a sale for a parcel within the City of Lansing, the Buyer will have to provide a copy of a filed City of Lansing Rental Housing Application, with a receipt of the appropriate filing fee, if said Buyer is not providing an OOC. All Buyers should consider that they may have to provide an OOC or proof of completion and payment of a City of Lansing Rental Housing Application when bidding at the Auction. The Treasurer may, at his own expense and discretion, provide a warranty deed and title insurance to any auction purchaser willing to sign an OOC. SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS AND CONDOMINIUM FEES All bidders should contact the county, city, township or village office to determine if there are any special assessments for future tax years, on the properties offered. They should also check for other assessments, which may include but are not limited to County Drain, Road Commission or other Local Government assessments such as weed cutting, sewer, debris removal, demolitions and recorded non-exempt liens. Buyers of condominium property are responsible for any and all condominium association dues, fees or costs assessed to the property on or after April 1, 2023. For some parcels offered for sale there may exist a demolition order or a Department of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”) lien. Prior to closing the sale of these properties, the buyer must agree to the following:
A.) to the extent demolition or contamination removal has been completed, reimbursement to the county must be made for the cost of the demolition or contamination removal, or
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