July 7, 2011 Public Notices – Lockhart and Caldwell County (Texas)
1. PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF TAX
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF CALDWELL
Date and Time of Sale: The first Tuesday of the month, August 2, 2011 at 10:00 a.m.
TAX SUIT NO. 10-T-8517
CONNIE RICHIE, ET AL.
Tract 1: Being Lots 13, 14, & 15, Block 1 of the Wilson Supplement
al Addition, City of Luling, Caldwell County, Texas, being more particularly described in Volume 351, Page 133 et seq., Deed Records of Caldwell County, Texas. (Tax Account No. 26156)
Tract 2: Being Lots 30 and 31, Block 2, Wilson Addition, City of Luling, a subdivision of Caldwell County, Texas according to the Plat there of recorded in the Plat Records of Caldwell County, Texas (Tax Account No. 26216)
Tract 3: Being Lot 32 in Block 2, Wilson Addition to the City of Luling, Texas, Caldwell County, Texas being more particularly described in Volume 376, Page 390 et seq., Deed Records of Caldwell County, Texas. (Tax Account No. 26217)
Tract 4: Improvement only consisting of a manufactured home bearing Label# NTA0539610, Serial# SCH01961081 and being located at 1326 Fannin, Caldwell County, Texas (Tax Account No. 42981)
DATE OF JUDGMENT: October 25, 2010
DATE OF LEVY: July 1, 2011
TAX SUIT NO. 10-T-8518
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THE ESTATE OF FRANK WILLIAMS, JR., ET AL.
Tract 1: Being tract of land measuring 60 feet by 130 feet, more or less, out of Isaac Weldon Quarter League, City of Luling, Caldwell County Texas AKA Lots 15 and 16, Block 9, Reed Subdivision, City of Luling, Caldwell County, Texas and being more particularly described in Volume 289 Page 178 of the Deed Records of Caldwell County, Texas (Tax Account No. 26093)
Tract 2: Being a tract of land out of the I. Weldon Quarter League, City of Luling, Caldwell County, Texas AKA Lots 21-23, Reed Subdivision, City of Luling, Caldwell County, Texas and more particularly described in Volume 263 Page 312 of the Deed Records of Caldwell County, Texas (Tax Account No. 26096)
DATE OF JUDGMENT: January 31, 2011
DATE OF LEVY: July 1, 2011
Listed in the caption above are delinquent tax suits in which Judgments of Foreclosure have been rendered and Orders of Sale have been issued. The listing for each suit sets out: (1) the Cause Number; (2) the Plaintiff Tax Unit; (3) the Defendants; (4) the date of the Judgment; (5) the date of Levy; and (6) the Property Description. Under the Order of Sale issued pursuant to each Judgment above listed, I did at the time specified for each suit levy upon each Property in such suit as described above as the property of the Defendants named or designated in such suit. On the sale date specified above, which is the first Tuesday of said month, I will offer and sell at public auction, for cash, each property described above, and all the right, title, interest and estate in and to each such property owned or claimed by the Defendants named in connection with each such property; PROVIDED, however, that no property shall be sold directly or indirectly to anyone other than a Tax Unit which is a party to that specific suit for less than the total amount of taxes, penalties, interest and costs due against that particular property or any adjudged value decreed, whichever is lower.
The foreclosure sales under this notice will be held on the first Tuesday of said month, at the north door of the Courthouse of said County, at the time set out above, by and through PERDUE, BRANDON, FIELDER, COLLINS & MOTT, LLP, 3301 Northland Drive, Ste. 505, Austin, Texas 78731, Telephone (512) 302-0190 and Telecopier (512) 302-1802, my authorized representative. The sale of each property shall be subject to the rights of the Defendants named in connection with each particular property, and any successors in title, to redeem such specified property in the time and manner provided by law; and subject also to the rights of any defendants to have each particular property owned or claimed by such defendants divided and sold in less divisions than the whole as provided by law. The sale as to each property is to be made to satisfy the Judgment rendered against that particular property and the Defendants named in connection with that particular property. The proceeds of the Sale of each property are to be applied to the satisfaction of the Judgment against that particular property, and the remainder of the sale proceeds, if any, are to be applied as the law directs.
Dated at Lockhart, being the County Seat of Caldwell County, Texas, on this the 1 day of July, 2011.
Daniel Law, Sheriff of CALDWELL County
By: Robert L. Ellar, Deputy