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Gov. Whitmer extends tax foreclosure redemption deadline to June 29

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Posted at 8:12 AM, May 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-29 08:12:30-04

LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) — Governor Gretchen Whitmer today signed Executive Order 2020-106, which extends the deadline for Michigan residents to pay back taxes and avoid foreclosure on their property during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to June 29, 2020.

“As we slowly and safely begin reopening our economy it’s critical homeowners don’t have to fear losing their home during a global health pandemic,” Governor Whitmer said. “This Executive Order gives homeowners some peace of mind as we continue to flatten the COVID-19 curve.”

Executive Order 2020-106, which takes effect immediately, extends the tax foreclosure deadline to June 29, 2020. The deadline was previously extended from March 31 to May 29, 2020.

View Executive Order 2020-106 here.

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