I thought i was working with my mortgage company to stay in my home until further notice.A person came to my door yesterday telling me i have to evict within 5 days.
To ensure that your rights are protected, you need to consult an attorney in your area.
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If you were a renter, you would get 90 days notice. But as the prior owner of a house that has been sold, you can be evicted right away.