If our records aren't updated yet, then you can check with the County Recorder's office.
Depends on whether you are month-to-month or on a lease (and what it says).
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Your best bet would be to get legal advice from a real estate atty or call Fair Housing or HUD.
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You best bet is to contact an attorney the specializes in foreclosures. Our opinion would be skeptical at best. Sorry.
You should contact a Real Estate Attorney and make sure you have your lease/rental agreement available.
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Your lease agreement is between you and your landlord so you must continue to pay the rent regardless if the home may be undergoing the foreclosure process.
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