Stop Your Eviction After Foreclosure Long Beach CA
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Foreclosures are legal actions in which a mortgage holder will legally obtain title to real property from a defaulting borrower. After obtaining a foreclosure judgment, the property is auctioned to the highest bidder, which is usually the lender bringing the foreclosure action.
One question that often arises is when the owner continues to occupy the foreclosed property, or when there are tenants in the foreclosed property, what happens to these occupants when the foreclosure procedure is complete and title is transferred? There are several answers to this question.
When the original owner continues to live in the property after a lender has obtained title by a foreclosure sale, the new owner must take legal action (by filing an Unlawful Detainer Summons) to evict the occupant, whether is the former owner or a current tenant.
If such an action is brought against you the procedures for such an action are similar to those in an ordinary landlord-tenant proceeding, with the end result being a 5-day notice of eviction, assuming the necessary procedural requirements have been met.
You have legal rights to STOP YOUR EVICTION AFTER FORECLOSURE IN Long Beach CA for a minimum of 2 to 4 months.
Stop Eviction Consultants has extensive experience in foreclosure eviction and the related landlord-tenant actions, and we welcome all inquiries in these areas.
WHAT WE CAN GET YOU
- Stop your foreclosure eviction in Long Beach CA
- Keep you in your property
- Get more time to move and save money
- No stress of a sheriff’s lock-out
- Gain peace of mind
- Best prices in California for stopping your eviction after foreclosure in Long Beach CA.
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