In 1976 the Michigan Supreme Court’s determined in Doe v. State that procedural due process requires an owner of a significant interest in real property to be given notice of the state’s foreclosure petition and a meaningful opportunity for a hearing which he may challenge the state’s claim that property taxes remain unpaid without legal justification. This casenote examines the existing legal precedent during the Doe v. State decision, the Michigan Supreme Court’s decision and analysis, and the legislature’s actions following the decision.
24 Wayne L. Rev. 1463 (1978).
Geer, Martin A., "Constitutional Law - Due Process - Notice by Publication is Constitutionally Inadequate in Tax Sale Proceeding" (1978). Scholarly Works. Paper 390.