Louisiana Tax Deeds (Hybrid)

In Louisiana, the tax collector or treasurer will sell hybrid tax deeds subject to the property owners three (3) year right to redeeem. The property owner may redeem the property by paying the investor the purchase price plus a 5% penalty and 1% interest per month from the date of the tax sale until the date it is redeemed.

Tax Sale Type: Tax Deeds (Hybrid) (Sec. 47:2155 New Window and 47:2196 New Window)

Contact: County Tax Collector (Sec. 47:2154 New Window)

Interest Rate: 12% per annum (Sec 47:2243. New Window)

Penalty Rate: 5% (Sec 47:2243. New Window)

Bid Procedure: Least Percent Ownership (Sec. 47:2153 (5) New Window)

Redemption Period: Three (3) years (Sec. 47:2156 B(2) New Window)

Law: Louisiana Constitution, Title 47, Subtitle III, Chapter 5, "Tax Sales and Redemptions." New Window

Additional Notes:

Obtaining a writ of possession. Louisiana is unique in that the purchaser of the hybrid tax deed can request immediate possession of the property before the expiration of the home owners three (3) year right to redeem has expired.

Sec. 47:2158 New Window Immovable property; putting in possession

'Upon the presentation of a certified copy of a tax deed for immovables to any judge of competent jurisdiction (such jurisdiction to be determined by the value of the immovables therein described and not the amount of the taxes), the judge shall in chambers grant an order of seizure and possession, commanding the sheriff to seize such property and place the purchaser in actual possession thereof; a writ of possession shall be issued thereon by the clerk, but the purchaser may take actual possession without such order, with the consent or acquiescence of the tax debtor or otherwise, provided no force or violence shall be used.'

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joanne lee
I purchased a tax lien at a tax sale in 2010 and I own 1% interest on the property in new Orleans. How do I go about transferring the title since the redemption period is over?
gwendolyn walker
i went to a tax sale paid for three years because i was still receiving the tax invoice to pay the taxes so when i thought the home was mine it wasn't because the owner paid one year so i would like to know who is responsible for paying me what is owed to me the city for mailing me the invoice or the owner and the thing that gets me is they told me if he don't pay me they will have to put another lien on it leaving it open for someone else to bid on so that's forget about me as long as they have their money i really don't think thats right.
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Louisiana statute does not specify when tax lien certificate sales are to be held. We recommend you contact the county tax collector for dates, times, and locations.
Elled Bordequ
Help, when are tax sales of Louisiana tax lien certificates?
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Counties located in Louisiana

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

Tax Deeds (Hybrid) for properties located in the following counties are sold at Louisiana county tax sales.

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County / Municipality:  Population: 
Acadia Parish, LA  58,861
Allen Parish, LA  25,440
Ascension Parish, LA  76,627
Assumption Parish, LA  23,388
Avoyelles Parish, LA  41,481
Beauregard Parish, LA  32,986
Bienville Parish, LA  15,752
Bossier Parish, LA  98,310
Caddo Parish, LA  252,161
Calcasieu Parish, LA  183,577
Caldwell Parish, LA  10,560
Cameron Parish, LA  9,991
Catahoula Parish, LA  10,920
Claiborne Parish, LA  16,851
Concordia Parish, LA  20,247
Desoto Parish, LA  25,494
East Baton Rouge Parish, LA  412,852
East Carroll Parish, LA  9,421
East Feliciana Parish, LA  21,360
Evangeline Parish, LA  35,434
Franklin Parish, LA  21,263
Grant Parish, LA  18,698
Iberia Parish, LA  73,266
Iberville Parish, LA  33,320
Jackson Parish, LA  15,397
Jefferson Davis Parish, LA  31,435
Jefferson Parish, LA  455,466
Lafayette County, LA  190,503
Lafourche Parish, LA  89,974
Lasalle Parish, LA  14,282
Lincoln Parish, LA  42,509
Livingston Parish, LA  91,814
Madison Parish, LA  13,728
Morehouse Parish, LA  31,021
Natchitoches Parish, LA  39,080
Orleans Parish, LA  484,674
Ouachita Parish, LA  147,250
Plaquemines Parish, LA  26,757
Pointe Coupee Parish, LA  22,763
Rapides Parish, LA  126,337
Red River Parish, LA  9,622
Richland Parish, LA  20,981
Sabine Parish, LA  23,459
St. Bernard Parish, LA  67,229
St. Charles Parish, LA  48,072
St. Helena Parish, LA  10,525
St. James Parish, LA  21,216
St. John The Baptist County, LA  43,044
St. Landry Parish, LA  87,700
St. Martin Parish, LA  48,583
St. Mary Parish, LA  53,500
St. Tammany Parish, LA  191,268
Tangipahoa Parish, LA  100,588
Tensas Parish, LA  6,618
Terrebonne Parish, LA  104,503
Union Parish, LA  22,803
Vermilion Parish, LA  53,807
Vernon Parish, LA  52,531
Washington Parish, LA  43,926
Webster Parish, LA  41,831
West Baton Rouge Parish, LA  21,601
West Carroll Parish, LA  12,314
West Feliciana Parish, LA  15,111
Winn Parish, LA  16,894

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