(CBS DETROIT) – Wayne County is facing a federal class-action lawsuit due to its sales on foreclosed homes.

At least one resident claims officials sold her home under market value and kept all of the money.

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Michigan allows counties to foreclose on prosperities who have outstanding property taxes.

But in July the Michigan Supreme Court ruled counties must compensate property owners if a profit is made.

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