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Posted almost 3 years ago.

the people at the door told me they were the new owners. They let me know the house was sold to them....(which i looked up on brevard county clerk of courts and they are) I was renting from someone who had been recieving mail from the clerks and when i called he said nothings wrong the bank was taking his money i dont need to worry. Nothing was posted on the door, they said that they can be nice and give me till sunday to leave or i would have a sherriff at the door with a 24 hour notice. I have not gotten anything sent to me in mail, but there has been stuff that said to the owner or people on property, i didnt open because i left that to my landlord. My rent is current but when i looked up info on my owners house through clerk of courts he hasnt given them any payments or engaged them with any contact. do i get 30 days or do i have to leave because of my landlords non communication with them or the lies he told us. Im going to leave i just need more then three days

Carol Lynne Zimmerly
Carol Lynne Zimmerly, Landlord / Tenant Lawyer - Kissimmee, FL
Posted almost 3 years ago.

You don't have to leave. If the new owners purchased at a foreclosure sale, they have to honor your lease agreement. If you don't have a written lease agreement, they still have to give you 90 days at least. you will have to pay rent during the 90 days or your lease agreement, whichever is longer. you need to meet with an attorney tomorrow Saturday so an attorney can prepare an Emergency Motion to Stay the Writ of Possession.