Tax Deeds

The Clerk of the Circuit Court is statutorily responsible for conducting Tax Deed Sales and issuing a Tax Deed in the name of the County to the successful high bidder at a sale. Tax Deed Sales and the issuance of Tax Deeds are governed by Chapter 197, Florida Statutes. The procedure involves a Tax Certificate Holder applying for a Tax Deed through the Tax Collector. (Tax Certificates are sold to collect delinquent taxes). There is no case filed in court and no court order is issued for the Clerk to conduct a Tax Deed Sale.

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Columbia County Clerk of Court shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for any damages in connection with the use of the information contained herein.

All properties sold at a tax deed sale qualify under “buyer beware”.  The purchase of a Tax Deed does not warrant or guarantee clear and marketable title. The Property Information Report received by Columbia County Clerk of Court is only a brief record search for general information purposes.

Download Current Tax Deed Overbid List
Lands Available for Taxes
July 20, 2020 – Files for Next Sale 

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