Robert Weinroth

LIEN OVER! PBC Vice Mayor Weinroth Announces Lien Amnesty Program

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Palm Beach County To Help Homeowners With Code Enforcement Liens.

District 4 Commissioner Robert Weinroth seen in a file photo from Summer, 2021.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Homeowners in unincorporated Palm Beach County who are living with a lien on their property due to a code enforcement violation now have a chance to move on.

This is the official advisory just issued by Vice Mayor Weinroth’s office:

Vice Mayor Weinroth announced today that the Board of County Commissioners has approved a Code Enforcement Lien Amnesty Program for residential and nonresidential property owners located in unincorporated Palm Beach County.   

“This program provides our stakeholders with an opportunity to resolve their code enforcement issues and obtain a clear title that will allow them to refinance or sell their properties,” said Weinroth.    

The county has over 1,000 outstanding code enforcement liens on residential and nonresidential properties who will be notified by mail and other means.  The program will run from October 1, 2021 to November 30, 2021. 

In order for a property owner/lienholder to participate in the program, the property must be in compliance with all county codes to have 100% of the outstanding lien balance forgiven.  In addition to other conditions and/or requirements, the application needs to be filed before November 30, 2021 with a nonrefundable $250 application fee. 

Read the complete agenda item, as approved, below. For more information reach out to Code Enforcement here.



Paul Saperstein


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