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Regretfully, that is not correct.
The redemption period is the time after the sale when the homeowners
have the right, but not the obligation, to reclaim their property. In order to get their home back, the homeowners have to pay off the outstanding mortgage balance and all costs- taxes, penalties, interest, and other qualifying expenses incurred during the foreclosure process.
By the end of redemption period, the homeowner has to vacate the property.
After the redemption period ends your status in the property becomes that of a "tenant". As a tenant, you are entitled to a 30-day notice to vacate ... and after that time then the new owner can start the eviction process. Once you are served with the Eviction Summons and Complaint then there is generally 10 days until the Eviction hearing.
I think what you are talking about from Nolo
is the "Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009." This legislation provides that leases survive a foreclosure. A tenant can stay at least until the end of the lease, and month-to-month tenants would be entitled to 90 days' notice before having to move out.
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