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In Virginia, does paying another person's delinquent taxes entitle the payer to any legal benefits? For instance does it constitute a debt on the part of the delinquent taxpayer? Does it entitle the investor to any compensation by the state if the property is seized? Is there any precedence for payment of back taxes being used as a negotiable aid?
You get no benefits for paying someone else's back taxes. If the back taxes are paid in conjunction with purchasing a tax deed or processing a foreclosure, then tht may be different.
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