(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.READ MORE: 3 Arrested After Firing Shots At Officers, Leading Them On High-Speed Chase Ending In Allen Park
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.READ MORE: Michigan Matters: Pistons’ Rob Murphy on Helping His HometownMichigan State Gives Tom Izzo New Deal Worth $6.2M Per Year
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