what does The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, of 2009 says and what your legal opinion on how would be safest way fot tenant to preceed so tenants rights are protected???after property is sold at auction how can tenant make sure to legally stay for the 90 days that the tenant act aloud. any paper need to be filed? does tenant need to set up a hearing with judge? or should hoa send notification of a court apearance to decide future of tenant? or law does not required hoa to do anything other than evict, is the responsability of tenant to fight for tenants rights?? detail: is a hoa foreclosure, tenant never went to court, or never answered anything, month to month no contract , hoa buying property at auction, hoa know there is tenant, hoa wants tenant to move out
If you miss too many mortgage payments, your lender can start foreclosure proceedings to take ownership of the property, but it has to follow your state's laws.
Landlord-tenant law is governed mostly by state laws, and covers issues like security deposit limits and deadlines, evictions, and the right to withhold rent.