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How long do you have to move out of a house after the 6 months forclosure if you do not own the property?

Asked by Lakesha stone , Fri Aug 1, 2008

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It definately depends on your status...if you were the owner and served the foreclosure notice the clock started ticking on your time to occupy the property. If you are a tenant you will certainly have some tenant rights but they may have some limitations. The best thing to do is seek some counsel imediately for tenants rights. This can be done through a number of local numbers, but the key is act fast Lakesha so you know your rights. Do not just take a friends advice...get professional advice. If you are renting here is the phone # 616-454-3385 in Grand Rapids for the Rental Property Owners Association and a link to thier website. Hope this helps Lakesha.
Web Reference: http://www.rpoaonline.org
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Lakesha,

This website may give you some information.

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Landlord__Tenant_Guide_10-…

To the best of my knowledge, (I'm not an expert) an eviction notice can be served anytime after the 180 days have ended. If you have a written lease that expires at a later date, you may have legal grounds to remain in the home until after that time. I suggest consulting a real estate attorney to verify.
Web Reference: http://www.mi-living.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 2, 2008
GREAT QUESTION: If you are the tenant bank would have to go thru legal proceedings file eviction. SOME banks will forward a letter requesting for you to vacate a property with financial incentive if you move prior to a certain date. You might want to confer with an attorney.
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