It appears that https://law.stackexchange.com/questions/58581/can-i-avoid-a-tax-foreclosure-by-evading-service-of-the-summons?noredirect=1#comment120124_58581 was deleted by a moderator (community manager). The question asked whether a person in default of property taxes could avoid having the property seized by avoiding service of process. I spent a fair amount of time researching an answer explaining the notification requirements, referencing the relevant sections of California law, and concluding that the property would be sold anyway. Then a few minutes later the whole question was deleted, which was frustrating.
The question was obviously based on some false premises, and the asker included some argumentative comments, but I thought the underlying legal question was clear and on-topic.
(It looks like the asker's account has been deleted. But I thought their questions were supposed to survive account deletion? In this case the question had a score of -4 before deletion, but there was another answer with a score of +6, and I might have thought that would be reason to preserve it.)
If this question stays deleted, I'd like to salvage my answer by posting a new question and self-answering. However, my new question would likely be pretty similar to the original one, so I want to make sure it won't suffer the same fate.