NYC Kings County Public Administrator Auctions
/ Kings County Flyer
ROOM 524 IN THE BROOKLYN SUPREME COURT BUILDING, 360 ADAMS STREET, BROOKLYN, NY
IMPORTANT: IN ORDER TO PURCHASE ANY PROPERTY, BUYERS MUST HAVE:
- A certified or bank check of 10% of the opening bid payable to either the "Public Administrator of Kings County" or yourself and endorsed over by you at auction; and
- A blank check to be used to pay the balance of the required deposit of 10% of the purchase price.
NYC Queens County Public Administrator Auctions
88-11 SUTPHIN BLVD., RM. 62, JAMAICA, NY
- All offers to purchase must be made orally at auction and must be accompanied by a non-refundable deposit of 10% of the upset price (shown below) in the form of certified or bank check made payable to yourself and endorsed by bidder as instructed at auction. (Terms of sale provide for an all cash transaction which shall close 30 days after contract signing).
Suffolk County Public Administrator
SUFFOLK COUNTY CENTER, SURROGATE'S COURT, RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK
DIRECTIONS: L.I.E. EXIT 71. SOUTH ON ROUTE 24 TO COUNTY CENTER DRIVE.
- Offers to purchase may be made orally at the time of the public auction. All offers and bids must be presented with a deposit of 10% of theminimum bid price in either cash, bank or certified check made payable to yourself at the time of auction. Terms of sale will be read at the time of sale. The Public Administrator reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All bids, offers and contracts of sale are subject to the approval of the Surrogate's Court of Suffolk County and the Attorney General, where applicable. Purchaser will receive clear title.
When loved ones die without a last will and testament or without family who are able to administer their estate, the Public Administrator may be appointed by the Surrogate's Court to administer their estate. We provide you with links to Public Administrator offices, flyers and the estate administration process.
The Public Administrator is a legally mandated office of county government for every county in New York City. The Public Administrator applies to be the administrator and serves as fiduciary to collect and distribute the assets of estates of deceased county residents. The Public Administrator gets involved as a last resort when there is no one with higher authority to act; or when those persons fail to act; or they are incapacitated; or cannot be found.