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667 If the court declares that a tax sale is set aside or invalid for a reason referred to in section 666(2)(d) or (e), the court may

  • (a) provide that the amount of unpaid taxes on the real property at the date of sale, together with interest from that date, is a lien on the property as if the tax sale had not taken place, in which case that amount is deemed to be delinquent taxes,
  • (b) provide for the immediate payment of those taxes, or
  • (c) otherwise deal with those taxes according to the circumstances.

RS1960-255-409; 1992-18-47; 1999-37-106, effective September 28, 1999 (B.C. Reg. 301/99); RSBC 2015-1-667, effective January 1, 2016 (B.C. Reg. 257/2015).