Where a purchaser at a first offering tax sale sent notice to the owner and a bank that held a recorded deed of trust on the property, the purchaser must send notice 90 days prior to the one-year anniversary of the tax sale, but the notice need not inform the owner of the procedures that must be followed to redeem the property and it need not include legal advice about how long the owner has to redeem the property to comply with due process, and in this case the trial court properly quieted title in the owner and bank.
Judgment is affirmed.
Sneil, LLC v. Tybe Learning Center, Inc. (MLW No. 63882/Case No. SC92390 – 19 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Fischer, J.; Teitelman, C.J., Russell, Breckenridge, Stith and Price, JJ., and Beetem, Sp. J., concur. Draper, J., not participating) Appealed from circuit court, St. Louis County, Ribaudo, J. (Phillip K. Gebhardt, Desoto, and Stanley D. Schnaare, Hillsboro, for appellant) (Rufus J. Tate Jr., St. Louis, and Anthony D. Gray, St. Louis, and Deborah J. Volmart, Belleville, Illinois, for respondents).