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Now Pay Delinquent Real Property Taxes Online
Eaton County Treasurer, Bob Robinson, announced this month that Eaton County property owners have a new and convenient way to make delinquent tax payments.  The treasurer’s office has contracted with Official Payments, a leading provider of electronic payment solutions to offer delinquent tax payment processing over the Internet through credit card and debit card transaction.  Visa, Discover, and MasterCard debit and credit cards will be accepted. This new service offers taxpayers a fast and efficient way to pay online and reduces manual processing time in the treasurer’s office.

“Through a unique partnership with Official Payments and BS&A Software, taxpayers can get online, pay, and process their delinquent tax payments instantly, in real time,” said Robinson.  “This is part of our ongoing work to increase efficiency in the treasurer’s office.  It can also help folks avoid last minute additional fees and interest on their past due real property taxes.”

For more information, go to http://www.eatoncounty.org/departments/county-treasurer

 


New Legislation Extending Property Tax Exemptions to Qualified Disabled Veterans

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Solar Power Energy Generation Statistics

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Tri-County Environmental Leadership Award

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Mid-Michigan residents, businesses, governments, public institutions and non-profit organizations all have one thing in common, they produce waste. What is uncommon about this common activity, however, are the extraordinary measures some have taken to reduce the amount of waste they generate and dispose of into landfills. To recognize and support these exemplary behaviors in Mid-Michigan, local recycling coordinators have established this regional awards program.

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Eaton County Spring Clean Up

This is a FREE** event! Donations are accepted, but not expected!
**Anything over 10 1-gallon cans of paint will be charged $1 per can**

Delta Township
Saturday May 17th, 2014
9AM-3PM

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Eaton County Preschool Open House

Monday, April 28, 2014
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

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Serving a Personal Protection Order

 
UPDATED: February 03, 2009
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What is a PPO?

Getting Your PPO

(inc. Court Forms)

Serving Your PPO PPO Violations Other PPO Sites

 


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Serving Your PPO

 

 

How do I serve the papers?

Anyone who is over the age of 18 --- other than you --- can serve the respondent. There are 3 ways service of process can be completed:

(a) By Process Server:hire a process server. Find them in the Yellow Pages.

 

Eaton County Circuit Court Process Servers

Boggs Detective Agency
216 E. Knight St.
Eaton Rapids, MI 48227
(517) 663-5305
(517) 663-4925 (fax)

Patrick Dotson
PO Box 296
Charlotte, MI 48813
(517) 543-5301

Leigh Tyler
1675 S. Canal
Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
(517) 663-2118
(517) 490-7928 (cell)


(b) By Personal Service: have a friend or relative over the age of 18, who has no involvement in the PPO request, personally hand the PPO paperwork to the person being restrained; or


(c) By Mail: serve the person being restrained by registered mail (return receipt requested) with delivery restricted to him/her. The registered mail package should include a copy of the notice of hearing (if it is for a Hearing Motion), a copy of the entire packet you filled out and filed with the clerk as the PPO, and a copy of the order.

 

Can the Respondent be given oral notice of the PPO?

As of July 1, 2000, a law enforcement officer or clerk of the court who has knowledge of the existence of a PPO may serve the PPO on the Respondent or give oral notice of the existence of the PPO. After doing so, he/she must file a proof of service or proof of oral notice with the court.

 

What happens after the person being restrained is served with the PPO?

Once the respondent is served, you must file separate "proofs of service" that your agent has handed both the Petition for PPO (either Form CC 375, CC 375M, CC 377, or CC 377M) and the Court's PPO Order (either Form CC 376, CC 380, or CC 380M) to the respondent. The proof of service forms for each are virtually the same, and are located on the back sides of the Petition and PPO forms. The proof of service requires information on the date, time and place where service occurred. File the completed forms with the Circuit Court Clerk.

 

When does the PPO go into effect?

The order goes into effect as soon as the judge signs it. The PPO can be enforced immediately. However, if the Respondent has not yet been served with a copy of the PPO, he will be orally informed of the terms of the order by the responding police officer and given an opportunity to comply with the order.

 

How does the PPO get entered into LEIN?

The County Clerk's office is responsible for providing a copy of the order to the local police agency so that it can immediately be entered into the Law Enforcement Information Network (L.E.I.N.).

 


 

QUESTN2 Get your PPO SERVE1 GAVELSM links-32
What is a PPO?

Getting Your PPO

(inc. Court Forms)

Serving Your PPO PPO Violations Other PPO Sites

 


 

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