Many times, you will have no choice but to leave when the bank tells you to leave (they'll send someone to evict you).
Given that I don't know the terms of your lease or your specific situation, I really can't comment on what your rights might be...but I would HIGHLY suggest you speak with a real estate attorney as soon as possible so you'll have an understanding of your situation. Please take my word for it...it may very well be worth the money to sit down with an attorney who can help guide you and inform you of your rights.
Contact me through my website at http://www.HernandoLuxuryHomes.com and I'd be happy to put you in touch with my real estate attorney in Spring Hill.
I know this isn't exactly what you're looking for...but I believe it's the best advice any realtor here can give you.
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Becky Joens, SFR
White Diamond Realty
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If the owner of the house is trying to short sell the house there is a VERY good chance that no way in heck it will go under contract and actually close before June. Even if it did you have rights as a tenant. Is there a provision in your lease that deals with the selling of the property? I would plan on staying put at least until the the lease expires..keep paying your rent until then.
Kevin Flynn Realty, Inc.
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