Florida, Indiana, New YorkOctober 15, 2020
West Palm Beach, FL
The City of West Palm Beach, Fla., has amended its property registration program to no longer require default registration pre-filing. The associated due date will now be 30 days from the filing of a notice of default.
It is important to note that a local contact within 20 miles of the jurisdiction also is required, with a mandate that the contact be empowered to accept legal service of process.
Additionally, the program will now be enforced through a third-party service (Pro-Champs).
The Town of Clarksville, Ind., has transferred its vacant and foreclosure property registration process to an online portal. A login ID will be required to utilize the service.
The Town of Kent, N.Y., is now enforcing its property registration program through a third-party service (ProChamps). Registration is required within 30 days of any foreclosure action. Renewals will occur on a semi-annual basis and will include a fee of $500.
Los Angeles, CA The city of Los Angeles, Calif. has increased its annual foreclosure registry fee to $160, which includes a 2.49% administrative fee. Registration will continue to be required within…
Middle Township, NJ The township of Middle Township, N.J. has amended its property registration requirement to be reported within 30 days of vacancy instead of upon foreclosure or vacancy. The fee…