REVISED JUDICATURE ACT OF 1961 (EXCERPT)
Act 236 of 1961
600.6066 Acquisition of interest of original purchaser; transfer of title; automation fund.
(1) The sums required to be paid under this act, to acquire the title of the original purchaser or to become a purchaser from any creditor, may be paid to the purchaser or creditor, to his or her representatives or assigns, or to the officer who made the sale for the use of the purchaser or creditor entitled to the sums paid.
(2) If the purchaser of any equity of redemption, or any creditor having acquired the rights of the purchaser, shall pay the debt due on the mortgage, or the amount of any sale of said premises sold on execution, or any part of the property, the amount paid on the mortgage or execution sale shall be paid, with interest, to the purchaser or creditor, in redeeming the premises, or purchasing the rights of the purchaser or creditor, as provided under this chapter.
(3) Upon payment being made, the title of the original purchaser shall be transferred to the creditor acquiring title under the foregoing provisions and from the creditor to any other creditor becoming a purchaser of the property.
(4) If an automation fund is created under section 2568, any fees or charges collected by the register of deeds under this section or section 3140, 3240, or 6062 shall be credited to the automation fund.
History: 1961, Act 236, Eff. Jan. 1, 1963
Am. 2004, Act 538, Eff. Mar. 30, 2005
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