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Once the sale is final and the purchaser has a deed, then it is true that he can evict you. However, he cannot arbitrarily decide to charge you money. There is no lease with agreed rent. But he can evict, and that means that you could be in a situation where you need to agree on rent so he doesn't evict. Unfortunately, the fact that the mortgage company owes you money is irrelevant to the purchaser of the house. Accordingly, that fact would not allow you to stay longer.
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