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(Washington Post)   A group of eight companies seems to have all the luck when winning tax lien auctions in DC, which raises a few eyebrows since A) they are all owned by the same guy B) that guy was previously convicted of bid-rigging in neighboring MD   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 5
    More: Obvious, criminal conspiracy  
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2013-09-09 07:53:42 PM
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Remember, boys and girls:  Rich people got that way because they're better than the rest of us and they work harder.
2013-09-09 08:12:23 PM
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ElLoco: Flint Ironstag: What a weird system, that someone can put a debt on your home, sell it to someone else and then they demand you pay it. Unheard of in Britain, the only people who have a charge on your home are your mortgage holder and you can use your home as security for a loan, but having something like this imposed for not paying a bill? Just doesn't happen. Or if it does it's so rare and/or only in really rare cases that I've never heard of it.

It isn't that they didn't pay a bill... they didn't pay their taxes. The local government is seizing the property and putting it up for auction.

How do taxes work in Britain when people don't pay them? (serious question)


I think you get sent to Australia.
2013-09-09 07:19:24 PM
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ElLoco: That was in the first two sentences of the article.


Like I can be expected to read articles.  I'm a liter, forchrissakes.

/you are technically correct
//which is the best kind of correct
2013-09-09 08:20:47 PM
1 votes:

Nuclear Monk: ElLoco: Flint Ironstag: What a weird system, that someone can put a debt on your home, sell it to someone else and then they demand you pay it. Unheard of in Britain, the only people who have a charge on your home are your mortgage holder and you can use your home as security for a loan, but having something like this imposed for not paying a bill? Just doesn't happen. Or if it does it's so rare and/or only in really rare cases that I've never heard of it.

It isn't that they didn't pay a bill... they didn't pay their taxes. The local government is seizing the property and putting it up for auction.

How do taxes work in Britain when people don't pay them? (serious question)

I think you get sent to Australia.


If only. I think people would be queuing up for that "punishment"....
2013-09-09 07:55:35 PM
1 votes:
well, i'm sure that if they discover the firms broke the law in acquiring these properties, then the properties will all be returned to the previous owners and justice considered done.


bwwwwwaAAAAAAAAAA HAHAHhahhahahahahahhahahahahhha   just kidding he will get fined for less than ive paid in crooked farking dc parking tickets.
 
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