What junior liens do property tax foreclosure erase?
I have found a few sites that state that property tax foreclosure in Texas remove most to all other liens, but I am skeptical that that is right.
Is it? A buyer at a property tax foreclosure would not be required to pay off the other liens to get a clear title? The other liens would be eliminated as part of the process?
In case it matters: this is in regards to a residential lot (had a house but it burned down in 2021) in Fort Bend county. Per County land records, it has a lien from a solar panel financing company, and a junior mortgage (the primary mortgage was released) on it. The owner had a swimming pool installed right before the house burned down. I assume he financed the pool based on him financing solar panels, but no lien was every recorded, but as I understand it mechanic liens can be filed after the fact and date back to date of work.