Do you have a written lease with the prior landlord? If so, the new owner must honor that lease unless the new owner intends to live in the condo as his or her principal residence.
If you do not have a written lease, the new owner must still file a forcible entry lawsuit against you and have you served with summons and the complaint. You may have defenses to an eviction lawsuit. If you would like to discuss your situation, feel free to contact me. Good luck!
This answer does not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. You should contact an attorney to discuss the particulars of your case.
Dear Tenant: The Sheriff cannot evict you without a court order. For there to be a court order, the Landlord must proceed by serving you with a Summons and Complaint which allow you the opportunity to defend your position. Once any lawsuit is filed and you receive the summons and complaint you can contact the lawyer for the Landlord and make arrangements for you to leave without a judgment being entered against you.
You may want to try to contact the lawyer now who signed the Intent to file forcible entry to make those arrangements prior to the filing of a lawsuit. However, it is sometimes difficult to reach anyone prior to a lawsuit being filed.
Hope this helps. Good luck
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