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bettyboop823, Home Buyer in Fort Worth, TX

How long do I have to move when my home is sold by a trustee?

Asked by bettyboop823, Fort Worth, TX Wed May 16, 2012

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Depending on the situation I would contact the TRUSTEE asap and try to come to an agreement. Technically they can put you out at any time. So you haven't been served with eviction paper work yet?: You should of already of called an attorney in regards to your problem. Considering the ownership has already exchanged hands the new owner has right to legal possession. Please re post what you uncover I would be interested in seeing if a 90 days rule applies to your situation.

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Dear Betty,

Sorry you are going through this situation.

>Ask the Trustee.

>Ask an attorney.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 16, 2012
1. Contact the Trustee or court to see how far along the home is in the sale process.

2. Find out whether the trustee or new owner have filed court papers asking for an eviction.

3. Determine whether there is a flaw in the legal proceedings that will delay the trustee's or new owner's right to legal possession.

Investigating these issue will permit you to inhabit the property as long as possible so you can save money for your next residence.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 16, 2012
There is not a set answer to this question, that is at the discretion of the trustee. However, you should move should plan to move out as soon a possible as they can evict you at any time.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 16, 2012
The sheriff will be conning to evict very soon. I recommend moving yesterday. You don't want your stuff tossed on the street.


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