What are the statutory sales fees for a judicial sale?

The statutory fee for a judicial sale is $70. The statutory fee for the electronic sale is $49. These fees must be paid to the Clerk & Comptroller before the sale. The sale will be cancelled if these fees are not paid.

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1. What are the statutory sales fees for a judicial sale?
2. Where are foreclosure sales held?
3. Who can bid on the properties?
4. How much should I place on deposit?
5. Can the Clerk provide assistance with the sale?
6. What forms of payment are accepted for the deposit?
7. What forms of payment are accepted for the final payment?
8. When will a Certificate of Title be issued?
9. How do I claim surplus funds?
10. What if I can't pay the filing fee?