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A clerk from the treasurer's office or even the treasurer himself will call Jim and say, "the law says it's YOUR money."
I’ve decided to let Jim’s property go to the Pierce County tax sale.
So, on December 1, 2007, I’ll be working an overage play on that thing.
But, you don’t need to worry because I already mentioned it to Jim back when I was negotiating with him on the telephone and he said whatever I did after I bought it was my call.
Do you see how that works?
Continue reading ““It’s Your Money”” »
Aren't you the guys and gals with the law degrees here, and shouldn't you know better than that?
I’m guessing there’s still confusion in your office regarding the tax sale overage statute, RCW 84.64.080.
And unless I miss my guess, you’ll try to hang your hats on that “the law says it’s your (the seller’s) money” language contained therein.
Let me clear that one up to save you the embarrassement of arguing an untenable position . . .
Continue reading “As per Alex Haley” »
It's one of the most egregious and self-serving laws I've ever seen.
Reviewing the amended lawsuit and recent discovery demands indicates your office is focused on “overage plays.”
I cannot imagine you genuinely believe overage plays to be improper and suspect it’s now more about winning than it is about what’s right and wrong here.
Can’t say I blame you; we can all see you’re in too deep to back out gracefully, and that’s too bad.
Continue reading “Stunningly Beautiful” »
"Fifty?" one said, "Heck, I got seventy five thousand out of that guy!"
Performance based bonuses?
I wonder if that’s such a good thing in light of the position your AAGs are in.
Continue reading “Rob, The Bounty Hunter?” »
HB 1564 was intended to make it difficult for me to work MY overage plays so the county could continue to work THEIR overage plays.
In a word, HB 1564 is best described as “misdirection.”
Anyone not realizing its true intent no doubt believes it has something to do with protecting the overage funds of the Tom and Suzies of the state.
It does nothing of the sort and was never intended to do anything even remotely related.
Continue reading “Ms. Direction” »