Garfield County Utah Tax Sale

In Utah, the County Tax Collector will sell Tax Deeds to winning bidders at the Garfield County Tax Deeds sale. Generally, the minimum bid at an Garfield County Tax Deeds sale is the amount of back taxes owed plus interest, as well as any and all costs associated with selling the property.

According to state law, the sale of Utah Tax Deeds are final and the winning bidder is conveyed either a Tax Deed or a Sheriff's Deed. The purchaser of a tax deed may transfer title through a quitclaim deed but would need a quiet title action to sell the property with a Warranty Deed (given that a Tax Deed, Sheriff's Deed, or quitclaim deed are insufficient to acquire title insurance).

Properties not sold at the Garfield County Tax Deeds sale are transferred to Garfield County.

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Cities located in Garfield County Utah

The following is a list of cities and towns located in Garfield County Utah.

Tax Deeds for properties located in the following cities are sold at the Garfield County Utah tax sale.

Town/City:  Population: 
Angle, UT  142
Antimony, UT  142
Boulder, UT  324
Bryce, UT  77
Bryce Canyon, UT  77
Bryce Canyon City, UT  77
Bryce Cyn Cty, UT  77
Cannonville, UT  142
Escalante, UT  1,001
Hatch, UT  184
Henrieville, UT  195
Panguitch, UT  2,041
Rubys Inn, UT  77
Spry, UT  2,041
Tropic, UT  545

Counties located in Utah

The following is a list of counties located in the state of Utah.

Tax Deeds for properties located in the following counties are sold at Utah county tax sales.

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County / Municipality:  Population: 
Beaver County, UT  6,005
Box Elder County, UT  42,745
Cache County, UT  91,391
Carbon County, UT  20,422
Daggett County, UT  921
Davis County, UT  238,994
Duchesne County, UT  14,371
Emery County, UT  10,860
Garfield County, UT  4,735
Grand County, UT  8,485
Iron County, UT  33,779
Juab County, UT  8,238
Kane County, UT  6,046
Millard County, UT  12,405
Morgan County, UT  7,129
Piute County, UT  1,435
Rich County, UT  1,961
Salt Lake County, UT  898,387
San Juan County, UT  14,413
Sanpete County, UT  22,763
Sevier County, UT  18,842
Summit County, UT  29,736
Tooele County, UT  40,735
Uintah County, UT  25,224
Utah County, UT  368,536
Wasatch County, UT  15,215
Washington County, UT  90,354
Wayne County, UT  2,509
Weber County, UT  196,533

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