We leased a property and there was a dispute regarding the move out date. An agreed order was signed with a specific move out date. While still residing in the property, the owner agreed to sell the property to us. The closing date of the sale is past the agreed order date to move out. Would signing a temporary residential lease through the close of the purchase date, be all that's necessary to ensure we reside in the property during the purchase process ?
Probably, but I would want to know more about this "Agreed Order" to be sure. It sounds as though there's already a judgment in place requiring you to move out, so without at least a new lease, you would have to move. It may be that the Agreed Order can be addressed as a part of the Temporary Lease, or you may want to do a settlement agreement or release of the judgment.
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