• (a) Whenever a county with a population of not less than twenty-seven thousand two hundred (27,200) nor more than twenty-seven thousand three hundred (27,300), according to the 2010 census or any subsequent census, acquires property at a tax sale, any non-governmental entity holding a vested and duly recorded contractual right to the payment of fees or assessments secured by such property retains such right; provided, that the non-governmental entity may only enforce such contractual rights against the county through the exercise of its lien rights against the property.

  • Terms Used In Tennessee Code 67-5-2505

    • Lien: A claim against real or personal property in satisfaction of a debt.
    • Property: includes both personal and real property. See Tennessee Code 1-3-105

    (b) Notwithstanding subsection (a), a county with a population of not less than twenty-seven thousand two hundred (27,200) nor more than twenty-seven thousand three hundred (27,300), according to the 2010 census or any subsequent census, is liable for the payment of the fees and assessments described in subsection (a) if the county makes actual use of the property purchased at the tax sale.