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Alan B. makes a good point. There should be some way to bring these units back into productive use since it's in no one's interest to have them remain vacant.

Tax delinquents should only get so long before the property is seized. Absentee owners and whomever has rights to a dissolved company's assets, should have an interest in selling the property or getting it back into productive use. Perhaps the city can help them along.

by Falls Church on Feb 14, 2013 5:02 pm • linkreport

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