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.
Merchantville, NJ The Borough of Merchantville, N.J., has amended its property registration ordinance to reflect the following fee increase structure: Initial/First Renewal: $500 2nd/3rd Renewal:…
Clay County, FL Clay County, Fla., has amended its property registration ordinance to now focus on foreclosure (previously vacancy). Registration is required within 10 days of foreclosure filing and…