Excess Proceeds

Auction Results:

August 18, 2021 Internet Auction #1397 View PDF
December 17, 2019 Internet Timeshare Re-offer Auction #1395 View PDF
September 18, 2019 Internet Timeshare auction #1395 View PDF
March 20, 2019 Auction Cancelled  
March 21, 2018 Auction Cancelled  
December 4, 2017 Sale By Agreement #1393 View PDF
December 4, 2017 Sale by Agreement #1392 View PDF
April 18-19, 2017 Internet Timeshare Re-offer Auction #1389 View PDF
March 15, 2017 Auction #1390 Results View PDF
January 18-19, 2017 Internet Timeshare Auction #1389 Results View PDF
May 12, 2016 Sale by Agreement #1387 Resutls View PDF
March 16, 2016 Auction #1388 Results View PDF
March 5, 2015 Auction #1386 Results View PDF
March 6, 2014 Auction #1385 Results View PDF
March 14, 2013 Auction #1384 Results View PDF
May 31, 2012 Auction #1383 Results View PDF
Auction #1382 Results Auction #1382 Results View PDF

The right to claim excess proceeds expires one year from the recording date provided for each property.  Please check the listings above for applicable recording dates.


Instructions For Filing A Claim For Excess Proceeds

Pursuant to California Revenue and Taxation Code Section §4675, any party of interest in a property sold at public auction may file with the county a claim for the excess proceeds, in proportion to his or her interest held with others of equal priority in the property at the time of sale, at any time prior to the expiration of one year following the recordation of the tax collector's deed to the purchaser. Parties of interest and their order of priority are:

  1. First, lien holders of record prior to the recordation of the tax deed to the purchaser in the order of their priority.
  2. Second, any person with title of record to all or any portion of the property prior to the recordation of the tax deed to the purchaser.

     

In order to make a claim for the excess proceeds, please complete the Excess Proceeds Claim Form along with documentation to support your claim as follows:

1.    If you are a party of interest as defined in (a) above, attach a copy of the trust deed or other evidence of lien or security interest which sets forth the original amount of the lien or interest, the total amount of payments received reducing the original amount of the lien or interest, and the amount still due and payable as of the date of sale of the tax-defaulted property auction held by the Tax Collector.

2.    If you are a party of interest as defined in (b) above, attach copies of all documents (e.g. deed, death certificate, will, court order, etc) supporting your claim.

In order for the Excess Proceeds Claim to be considered by the Orange County Tax Collector, claims must be received by the Tax Collector on or before the expiration of one year following the date of recordation of the deed to purchaser. If a claim is approved, the Orange County Auditor-Controller will issue a check for payment. By law, the Auditor-Controller cannot issue a check for payment of an approved claim until 90 days following the action taken by CountyCounsel if multiple claims are received.

Please mail completed forms and supporting documentation to:

Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector
c/o Excess Proceeds Claims

P. O. Box 1438
Santa Ana, CA. 92702-1438