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If a house is forclosured how many days do I have to move

  • September 07 2013 - US
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As you posted in "rentals", I'm assuming you are a renting.   In addition to Mike's comments about the lease, the rights for having a lease only continue if you have been paying rent.
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That depends on your circumstances and the state where you reside.

If you're the homeowner, some states allow a redemption period after the sheriffs sale, while others give you no additional time.

If you're a renter, whether you can stay would depend on whether you have a lease that extends past the date of foreclosure.
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