Mailing Multiple Bids

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Mailing Multiple Bids

Postby BeeBungler » Mon Aug 24, 2015 1:46 pm

Hi,
If you want to bid on more than one property, can you put both of them in the same envelope to save on postage fees? Or maybe put the smaller envelopes in a larger envelope?
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Re: Mailing Multiple Bids

Postby Tri-Target.com » Tue Aug 25, 2015 2:38 pm

According to the Municipal Tax Sales Rules, your tender must only relate to only 1 parcel of land. Including more than one tender in a single envelope would ensure your tender(s) was rejected.

As for adding more than one tender envelope in another envelope, we would absolutely recommend to err on the side of caution and play it safe by submitting each envelope/deposit individually.
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