What happens after the sale? How do I get possession of the property I've just purchased?
Once the property is sold, the Court will hold a Confirmation of Sale hearing at a later date. Successful bidders may contact the Clerk of Circuit Court at 715-339-2353 to determine when the Confirmation of Sale hearing date is scheduled. Bidders may also check the Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Consolidated Court Automation Program (CCAP) via the internet. If the court confirms the sale, the successful bidder must pay the balance of the bid within the specified time period set forth in the terms and conditions of the Notice of Foreclosure Sale (usually 10 days) or the successful bidder forfeits their deposit.

After the Court's Confirmation of Sale, the successful bidder takes possession of the property and becomes the new owner.

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1. What is the cost to serve papers, such as a Small Claims Summons & Complaint?
2. What is the cost for conducting a Sheriff's Sale?
3. What is the cost to serve an Execution or an Eviction?
4. When is payment due?
5. What if I want two people served at the same address. What is the cost then?
6. What if I need to serve the same person papers in two or more separate cases?
7. How can I get the papers to you for service?
8. Will you go outside of Price County to serve a paper?
9. When are Sheriff's Sales Conducted?
10. Where are Sheriff's Sales conducted?
11. If I want to make a bid at a Sheriff's Sale, do I have to appear in person or can I fax a bid?
12. How much money do I need at the time of sale if I am the successful bidder?
13. How do I find out if there are any liens or back taxes due on the property?
14. Can I view the property prior to sale?
15. What happens after the sale? How do I get possession of the property I've just purchased?
16. What if the defendant is occupying the property I just bought and will not leave?
17. How many copies of a paper must I provide for service?