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meanmommie76, Other/Just Looking in Orangevale, CA

as far as the other people that live at the house ,what rights are they entittled to as far as how long til they will have until they have to go?

Asked by meanmommie76, Orangevale, CA Fri Jun 1, 2012

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You could be a little clearer:
Assuming that you are talking about the end of a Foreclosure;
If you are talking about Month-to-Month renters; they will have 30 days from the time they are notified by the Banks Realtor. The good news is that they should be offer moving-money.
If you are talking about tenants with a Lease that has not expired; they will be allowed to serve out the lease, however long that is. The bad news is that they probably won't be able to get the moving-money, it will be too late.

I hope I've answered your question.

Good luck and may God bless
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jun 1, 2012
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 14, 2012
Again,
You will have to provide additional information to the challenge you are facing.

1. Why did the owner give you notice?

2. How many people are allowed in the property per the lease?

3. Do you have a valid lease or are you month to month?

4. Are you behind on rent or utilities?


Please provide more details and we can attempt to answer your questions.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jun 1, 2012
ok ,the landlady comes in and says we got 2 weeks to get out.we have been there 2 .5 years,last month she said we got citied by the code enforcement ,so we halped "her" haul away HER trash and other debrie ,then she says that the appraiser was there and we needed to open up bedrooms so they could see in.not the code inspector like we were lead to believe.so now she said that the "new" owner just came bye and we got 2 weeks to get out ..i'm confused and would like to know what are rights are andhow long would legally we be entittled to?help??we were the caretakers on the outside of the house and exchanged that for the rent 1.5 arce fruit trees,ect are we screwed please be blunt.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jun 1, 2012
Do you have a written agreement, lease, anything that says you take care of the home in exchange for renting 1.5 acres of fruit trees?

Code enforcement can definitely apply pressure to an owner to resolve any and all outstanding issues.

New owners will also need to accept the terms of your lease until expiration....IF there is a valid lease documented.
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Is there more missing from this question, please elaborate
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