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Q: Either way how can the bank take possession of the home at this point? Its still in my companies name which they either don't know or chose to ignore? Also what should I do about the notice to vacate?
A: The bank can ignore because it doesn't matter whether the house was transferred to the company's name. The mortgage
still had to be paid. If it wasn't paid, then the lender has the right to foreclose regardless of who owns the house. As for the renter, if he is a "bona fide" tenant, then he can stay until the lease expires. In this case, bona fide means that the tenancy was an arm's length transaction (i.e., not a relative of the prior owner), and that the rent is at a marketable rate. If the tenant is not bona fide, then he/she can be evicted.
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