Series 83308

Millard County (Utah). County Recorder


Auditor's tax deeds, i 1923-1968.

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Schedule Description

These volumes record the selling of real property for delinquent taxes and the issuance of deeds to buyers of the property. These volumes are divided into "Property Sold to Millard County" and "Property Sold to Individuals." They contain the date of the deed, the amount of tax delinquent, the name of the owner, the date of sale, the name of the buyer, the purchase amount, a legal description of the property, the county auditor's signature, the signature of a witness, the county recorder's signature, and information concerning the recordation of the deed. When property was sold for delinquent taxes, the deed on the land would be entitled auditor's tax deeds. The tax assessment was made by the county auditor but the deed was registered with the county recorder. These are recorded copies of the deed at the
time of the sale of the property. Information includes the name of the property owner at the time of assessment, a legal description of the property, the dates of instrument and sale of property, an entry number, the amount of taxes, costs, interest, and penalties, the date and time of recording, and the signatures of the county auditor and witnesses. Three Quit Claim Deed files are found inside three of the volumes. (Other Quit Claim Deeds may be found in SERIES 83455.)

Scope and Content

These volumes record the selling of real property for delinquent taxes and the issuance of deeds to buyers of the property. These volumes are divided into "Property Sold to Millard County" and "Property Sold to Individuals." They contain the date of the deed, the amount of tax delinquent, the name of the owner, the date of sale, the name of the buyer, the purchase amount, a legal description of the property, the county auditor's signature, the signature of a witness, the county recorder's signature, and information concerning the recordation of the deed.
When property was sold for delinquent taxes, the deed on the land would be entitled auditor's tax deeds. The tax assessment was made by the county auditor but the deed was registered with the county recorder. These are recorded copies of the deed at the time of the sale of the property. Information includes the name of the property owner at the time of assessment, a legal description of the property, the dates of instrument and sale of property, an entry number, the amount of taxes, costs, interest, and penalties, the date and time of recording, and the signatures of the county auditor and witnesses.
Three Quit Claim Deed files are found inside three of the volumes. (Other Quit Claim Deeds may be found in SERIES 83455.)