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In a previous life the city I lived in would notify you once (maybe twice) if you where in violation of any local and/or state laws. You were given a specific time frame to remedy the situation. If not done they would come in take care of it themselves and put the costs on your tax bill. If the taxes didn't get paid you stood a very good chance of lossing your property at a sheriff's auction. I recently purchased property like that where all I had to do was pay the back taxes. The property owner had 1 year to compensate me (plus 10%) and could get it back. Otherwise the deed is signed over. Maybe Marco could take that approach.
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