TOWN OF SUTTON
OFFICE OF THE TREASURER/COLLECTOR
SALE OF FORECLOSURE PARCEL
M.G.L. CHAPTER 60, SECTION 77B
November 18, 2008
ROOM 1A, SECOND FLOOR
4 UXBRIDGE ROAD, SUTTON
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 18, 2008 At 10:00 AM at the Sutton Town Hall, 2nd Floor Room 1A, pursuant to the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 60, Section 77B, Cheryl J Ouillette, the Treasurer for the Town of Sutton, intends to sell the hereinafter described parcels of land at public action.
PARCEL 1 of land said to contain 4,791 square feet of land, more or less, situated on 23 Main Street and shown as Map 54 Parcel 60 on the Sutton Assessors’ Map. Foreclosure date is January 18, 2005 and recorded with the Worcester District Registry of Deeds in Book 35521, Page 188. Assessed Owner: Town of Sutton
PARCEL 2 of land said to contain 0.91 acres, more or less, situated on 16 Old Mill Road and shown as Map 35 Parcel 27 on the Sutton Assessors’ Map. Foreclosure date is October 3, 2002 and recorded with the Worcester District Registry of Deeds in Book 27668 Page 283. Assessed Owner: Town of Sutton
Sales will be made to the highest bidders at an open and competitive auction; however, the Treasurer may reject any and all bids at the sale or any adjournment thereof which she, in her sole discretion, deems inadequate. The highest bidder on a parcel will be required to make a deposit of $ 500.00 on the day of the auction. The deposit must be in the form of cash, certified check, money order or bank check. No personal checks will be accepted. The remainder of the purchase price must be paid within twenty (20) days by cash, certified check, money order or bank check. Failure to pay the remainder of the purchase price within twenty (20) days will result in the forfeiture of your deposit to the Town of Sutton.
If you wish to obtain further information about the parcels listed above, you are encouraged to examine the maps and records at the Sutton Assessors’ Office. The auction sale may be subject to additional terms and conditions.
Cheryl J Ouillette
October 31, 2008