What are your rights as a tenant when your landlord is facing foreclosure? If you are a tenant remitting payment dutifully to your landlord each month, you assume that your landlord is just as dutiful in making the mortgage payment. Unexpectedly, however, you arrive home to find a foreclosure notice on your front door. The landlord, unbeknownst to you, has not been paying the mortgage and is in default. The bank is proceeding with foreclosure, and you are left with a myriad of questions: How will this affect me? What are my rights as a tenant? Do I have to move?
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