Legal Advice for Landlord in Foreclosure — 9 results
Written by attorney Richard Zaretsky, about 1 year ago.
TheProtecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009clearly stated that any lease entered intoAFTER the notice of foreclosuredid not have the protection of the Act to allow the full lease term... more
Written by attorney Samuel Cooper, over 1 year ago.
So, you have rented the perfect home. You finally got that last box unpacked. Time for a glass of wine, dock the iPhone, and play your favorite Schubert, or maybe you kick back on the couch,... more
Written by attorney Brian Hester, over 4 years ago.
Were you served a copy of the foreclosure complaint naming you as a tenant? In Ohio, a party can name anonymous parties if they don't know the true name of the parties. Therefore, if... more
Written by attorney Tracey Martin-Henry, about 3 years ago.
When renters pay their bills, but their landlords don't, it can be a sticky situation. However, there is hope and help out there for tenants unsure of their rights under federal and... more
Written by attorney Rixon Rafter, about 3 years ago.
90-day pre-eviction notice to tenants whose homes have gone into foreclosure.
The rights of tenants to remain in their homes for the terms of their leases. (However, if the new owner will... more
Written by attorney Theodore Araujo, over 3 years ago.
What should I do with the Notice? Keep the notice. You are listed in the papers because you have a cliam to possession of the property (tennant) and you have rights. Call the landlord.... more
Written by attorney Kristy Hernandez, over 3 years ago.
Many tenants use a pending foreclosure as an excuse not to pay the monthly rent. This is a direct violation of their rental agreement and a landlord has the right to pursue collection of... more
Written by attorney James Caporrino, almost 5 years ago.
Tenant Rights Relating to Foreclosure As a tenant you have the same rights if your landlord is in foreclosure as you do if your landlord is not in foreclosure. Just because the rental... more
Written by attorney Royce Bishop, almost 5 years ago.
Pay your rent on time as usual Just because the property is getting foreclosed, you still have to pay rent. You signed a contract to pay rent to the landlord because he owns the property... more
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