|By Kirstin Kennedy, Beaver County Times, Pa.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
According to court documents, Judge C. Gus Kwidis ruled that
The petition was filed based on the following circumstances, according to a
Battisti paid her 2008
But Kwidis ruled "there is no doubt" Battisti was notified of the proposed sheriff's sale. He said she acknowledged receipt of a certified mail notice on
Battisti's house had been paid off with life insurance money she received after her husband,
Battisti paid her taxes in full in 2008 and 2009, according to the court's written opinion, but the
Officials also noted that she owed
According to current property assessment, the home is still in the name of Anthony and
In a previous interview with The Times, Santillan, who has been practicing law for 23 years, said he has never seen a house sold at a tax sale for such a small amount of money. "This is something out of the ordinary," he said.
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