Actually, I believe that several earlier respondents did suggest that the original poster contact an attorney in order to get legal advice and find out their rights. A reference to the Orgon State Bar was included. As you know, giving legal advice is something that real estate agents and appraisers can not legally do.
I personally have seen time frames that were different from the ones you posted, and concur that itâ€™s wise to seek legal counsel based upon oneâ€™s unique situation.
My heart goes out to the original posterâ€¦best of luck.
It all depends on what you have signed in writing with the landlord. You should seek legal advice depending on what is in your contract. If you have no contract, you should especially seek legal advice. You may be able to obtain this through a tenant assistance service through the city where you are living.
If you are on a month to month tenancy, you can be given 30 days notice to vacate the premises at any time. Just like you can give your landlord 30 days notice you are moving at any time. As long as you are being given the proper notice, it really is business as usual for you as a renter. The fact that the property has been foreclosed on is unfortunate, but you have been getting what you paid for every month.
And Good Luck!