2022 Code of Alabama
Title 6 - Civil Practice.
Chapter 5 - Actions.
Article 14A - Redemption of Real Estate.
Section 6-5-252 - Demand for Statement of Debt and Lawful Charges by Person Entitled to Redeem.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 6-5-252 (2022)

Section 6-5-252

Demand for statement of debt and lawful charges by person entitled to redeem.

Anyone desiring and entitled to redeem may make written demand of the purchaser or his or her transferees for a statement in writing of the debt and all lawful charges claimed by him or her, and the purchaser or their transferees shall, within 10 days after the written demand, furnish the person making the demand with a written, itemized statement of all lawful charges claimed by him or her. The redeeming party must then tender all lawful charges to the purchaser or his or her transferee. If the purchaser or his or her transferee fails to furnish a written, itemized statement of all lawful charges within 10 days after demand, he or she shall forfeit all claims or right to compensation for improvements, and the party so entitled to redeem may, on the expiration of the 10 days, file his or her complaint without a tender to enforce his or her rights under this article and file a lis pendens with the probate court.

Tender or suit shall be made or filed within 180 days from foreclosure for residential property on which a homestead exemption was claimed in the tax year during which the foreclosure occurred, or within one year from foreclosure for all other property.

(Acts 1988, No. 88-441, p. 647, §6; Act 2015-79, §1.)

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