Legal Advice for Landlord in Foreclosure — 56 results
Written by attorney Rixon Rafter, almost 3 years ago.
protects tenants from eviction because of foreclosure on the properties they occupy. These provisions expire on December 31, 2014.
The tenant protection provisions apply in the case of any... more
Written by attorney Raymond Hovsepian, about 3 years ago.
The short answer is no. Just because your property was lost in foreclosure DOES NOT mean that you have to move immediately.
The amount of time that would take to evict you depends on... 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 Charles Gallagher, about 4 years ago.
Applicable Laws Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-22)
Codified Under The Helping Families Save Their Homes Act 2009
Leases Survive a Foreclosure meaning that... more
Written by attorney Sean Hanley, about 3 years ago.
This guide reviews the different types of notices landlords must legally provide to tenants before proceeding with an unlawful detainer (eviction) suit.
The guide specifically addresses... 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 James Caporrino, over 4 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 Richard C Koman, over 4 years ago.
Homeowners - The end is near Your house was foreclosed and sold at auction. There's a new owner now and it's not you. It's a bank. At some point what will happen is that you will get a... more
Written by attorney Clifford Tuttle, about 4 years ago.
Judging from the questions in the Landlord-Tenant section of AVVO Answers, there are a great number of tenants being displaced by mortgage foreclosures on the residential properties they... more
Written by attorney Royce Bishop, over 4 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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