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The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act was adopted in 2009 to address the problem of the eviction of tenants on short notice following the sale of their home in a foreclosure action.
The Act requires that a tenant under a “bona fide” lease be able to remain in the leased property for the full duration of the lease, or if the tenant is a month-to-month tenant that the tenant be given no less than 90 days notice to vacate the premises. In the case of a bona fide lease for a specified term, this preserves the tenant’s right to stay in the home for the term of the lease, for the month-to-month tenant the Act increases the notice required to be given from 30 days to 90 days.
The only exception to the above Continue reading “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act / Tenants’ Rights in Foreclosure”
“There is much to talk about with the alleged settlement of the big five (BofA, Chase, Wells, Citi, Ally/GMAC) and the Attorneys General (AGs even though it is wrong to say Attorney Generals). The deal is not final but there are a variety of documents describing the basics of the agreement. See chart of anticipated money flows here for example. Of course the focus of the inquiry and thus settlement is the servicers’ foreclosure processes. As a result, the lenders at issue allegedly agreed to some new…”
I posted an article yesterday on my other blog, Attack the Citadels, reporting on a Florida Judge who heard 300 foreclosure cases in three days. You can read that article here. The following link is to an article explaining how that happens and why the procedure used is a trap for the unrepresented homeowner in foreclosure cases.
via Motion for Summary Judgment / A Trap for the Pro-Se Homeowner.