I own a tax lien. Do I own the property? May I visit the property?

To both questions, the answer is a firm "No." You hold a lien against the property, not the property itself. Visiting or entering the property would be trespassing.

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1. How do I find a list of all delinquent accounts?
2. Does the county hold any tax liens that are available for purchase?
3. When is your tax lien sale?
4. I own a tax lien. Do I own the property? May I visit the property?
5. I own a tax lien. Can I call the property owner to encourage him/her to pay?
6. I own a tax lien. When can I apply for a treasurer's deed?
7. Can I satisfy a lien with a credit card or debit card or personal check?