Bridgeport, Conn., began a tax lien sell-off on Monday that is intended to bridge the city's projected $6.5 million budget gap, but the majority of the sale has been postponed until August by an administrative court judge.

Administrative Judge George N. Thim of the Judicial District of Fairfield at Bridgeport, ruling June 22 in a suit filed by owners of some of the properties affected, said many had not been adequately informed of the pending auction.

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