Once the house sells then the bank will need to formally evict you. This will take some time. It is also possible they want to keep you as a tenant. Once the house sells it will still take some weeks before the actual transfer of tne property occurs.
Your current status is probably that of a mo nth to month tenancy. A landlord would need to give you 1 months notice once they decide to remove you from the property.
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Under landlord-tenant law you must provide reasonable access to the landlord. The landlord must give you 24hr advance notice. As long as the people are not causing a large imposition on your use of the property yiu will probably need to allow the intrusion.
But actually its not the landlord that has anything to do with the sale of the property its the bank that is foreclosing. So do you think this bank should of contacted me my now in your opinoin . And do you know if they are liable to give me moving expenses since they are putting me out? In my opinon i havent did anything wrong here.
The bank is not the owner and they will not contact you until they purchase the house at forelosure. Rught now the house is still owned by the family you have been renting from.
If they cause you to leave ahead of your lease date you can request damages for moving expenses. If they have you leave in accordance with lease provisions then there is not much you can recover.
Sometimes the bank will offer you money or other incentive to leave.
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