A tax lien is a lien imposed by law upon a property to secure the payment of taxes, for delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property, or as a result of a failure to pay income taxes or other taxes. For more information, download a our Helpful Definitions document
or a brief description of the assignment process for the tax lien sale purchase
Delinquent tax refers to a tax that remains unpaid after the payment due date. A tax lien sale certificate is imposed by law for a delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property. Assigned by the County Treasurer to any person who fails to pay the County the amount of delinquent taxes including penalties, interest, and costs, accruing from the date of delinquency after being provided proof of mail notice, a tax lien sale certificate lists Anaconda-Deer Lodge County as the purchaser. View the A-DLC Notice of Pending Assignment here.
The Anaconda-Deer Lodge County computer printout of property taxpayer records and/or the web tax system may be requested from the County Treasurer’s Office. However, this list may not be used as a mailing list. To request a copy of this list, you must print and sign the Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Disclaimer for Buying Delinquent Tax List (available here).