Resources and Environmental Protection Act of 1994 (“NREPA”), 1994 PA 451, as amended), are cancelled by the Eaton Circuit Court Order dated February 15, 2023. The Treasurer does not guarantee the usability or access to any of these lands. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to research the use of the land for their intended purpose and to make a personal ground inspection of the property to determine if it will be suitable for the purposes for which it is being purchased. The Treasurer makes neither representations nor claims as to fitness for purpose, ingress/egress, conditions, easements, covenants, or restrictions. Occupied structures may not be entered without the tenant’s permission; secured vacant structures may not be entered. PROPERTIES SHOULD NOT BE ATTENDED OR ENTERED UNTIL DELIVERY OF THE DEED. PLEASE KNOW WHAT YOU ARE BUYING. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR CANCELLATIONS OF SALES. 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 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 foreclosed properties. This Agreement will be recorded with the Eaton County Register of Deeds, and 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 or security deposit to facilitate and guarantee compliance with the demolition order.
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