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18 Oct 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

  FT. SIMPSON

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

Pursuant to Section 97.7(2) of the Property Assessment and Taxation Act, RSNWT. 1988, c. P10 and amendments thereto, the Municipal Corporation of the Village of Fort Simpson wishes to advise that the following properties may be offered for public auction if the arrears of property taxes and the current and subsequent expenses incurred by the Village to collect the arrears are not paid before November 9, 2021:

Address Legal Description Assessed Value Minimum Auction Price

9506 96 Avenue Lot 5-6, Plan 316 $74,100.00 $37,050.00

9502 100 Street Lot 5-20, Plan 316 $99,300.00 $49,650.00

9822 101 Street Lot 146, Plan 613 $116,400.00 $58,200.00

10517 Antoine Drive Lot 177, Plan 881 $125,000.00 $62,500.00

Please be advised of the following:

The public auction is set for November 9, 2021, at Council Chambers, Village Office, Fort Simpson, NT, at 10:00 a.m.

If before the public auction begins, any person including the assessed owner pays the arrears of property taxes and all reasonable expenses incurred by the Village of Fort Simpson to collect the arrears with respect to a taxable property, the property will not be offered for auction.

Any person who pays the arrears of property taxes and expenses prior to commencement of the public auction may obtain a lien on the taxable property for the amount paid if that person is not the assessed owner and that person has an interest, estate, encumbrance or claim registered or filed under the Land Titles Act in or against the taxable property or is a transferee of such a person.

The assessed owner of any of the above taxable properties is entitled to redeem that taxable property within 30 days after the date of the public auction by paying the Village of Fort Simpson the arrears of property taxes and all reasonable expenses incurred by the Village of Fort Simpson to collect the arrears. Where a taxable property that is sold at the public auction is redeemed by its assessed owner, the sale cannot be completed and all rights and interests of the purchaser in the taxable property cease.

If a taxable property is sold at the public auction, every existing interest, estate, encumbrance or claim in or against the taxable property, will be extinguished, other than:

– a caveat registered under the Land Titles Act in respect of

– a restrictive covenant;

– an easement, including a utility easement;

– an easement agreement, including a party wall agreement;

– a restrictive covenant or an easement, including a utility easement;

– an easement agreement, including a party wall agreement;

– a reservation or interest to which the property is subject under paragraphs 69(a), (c) and (d) of the Land Titles Act;

– an interest, estate, encumbrance or claim of Her Majesty in Right of Canada;

– an interest, estate, encumbrance or claim that is prescribed or of a prescribed class.

McLENNAN ROSS

Barristers and Solicitors

301, 5109-48th Street

Yellowknife, NT X1A 1N5

Phone: (867) 766-7680

Attention: Edward Gullberg

Advertised until: 2021-11-17

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