Details for Notice of Foreclosure - PARKS, PERRY

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE
DISTRICT COURT DIVISION
COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY
17 CVD 391
NOTICE OF SALE
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, A Body Politic and Corporate, Plaintiff
-vsPERRY P. PARKS, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PERRY P. PARKS,
PINNACLE BANK, Lienholder, UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF
PAUL P. PARKS, Lienholder, ROYLENE M. PARKS, Lienholder,
UWHARRIE POINT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.,
Lienholder, COMMUNITYONE BANK, N.A., Lienholder,
Defendants
Under and by virtue of an order of the District Court of Montgomery County,
North Carolina, made and entered in the action entitled MONTGOMERY
COUNTY, A Body Politic and Corporate Plaintiff vs. PERRY P. PARKS,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PERRY P. PARKS, PINNACLE BANK,
Lienholder, UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF PAUL P. PARKS, Lienholder,
ROYLENE M. PARKS, Lienholder, UWHARRIE POINT COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION, INC., Lienholder, COMMUNITYONE BANK, N.A.,
Lienholder, Defendants, the undersigned commissioner will on April 7, 2020
at 11:30 AM offer for sale and sell for cash, to the last and highest bidder
at public auction, at the courthouse door in Montgomery County, North
Carolina in Troy, the following described property lying in Montgomery
County, North Carolina and more particularly described as follows:
Being all of Lot 18, Pennington Ferry Neighborhood, Uwharrie Point
Subdivision, as per plat thereof recorded in Plat Cabinet C, Slide 21-A,
Montgomery County Registry, to which reference is hereby made for a more
perfect description.
And being all of that parcel of land described in a deed recorded in Book
496, Page 512.
Also being identified as Parcel ID# 6673-18-31-2846, Montgomery County
Tax Office. Address: 418 Pennington Ferry Drive, New London, NC
The sale will be made subject to all existing easements and restrictions, any
superior liens, all outstanding city and county taxes, all local improvement
assessments against the above-described property not included in the
judgment in the above-entitled cause, any prior lien in favor of the State of
North Carolina, any right of redemption of the United States and any rights
of any persons in possession. A deposit of the greater of $750.00 or five (5)
percent of the successful bid will be required at the time of sale unless the
highest bid is by a taxing unit; then a deposit shall not be required.
Upon delivery of the deed, the winning bidder shall be required to pay
the costs of recordation of the deed, including deed stamp taxes due to the
Register of Deeds.

Richard J. Kania
Commissioner
600-A Centrepark Drive
Asheville, North Carolina 28805
(828) 252-8010