You usually have 30 days to vacate but the trustee should tell you exactly how long you have. Each situation is different.
After being serviced forclosure papers how many days are you given
6 months from the sheriff's sale date.
Under the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, tenants generally have at least 90 days to vacate after foreclosure. In most cases, tenants with longer-term leases may stay until the end of the lease.
There is no standard. The co-op board can be useful as a place to go for the answer you need.
Motion to vacate sale means cancelling the order that confirms the sale of the foreclosed property. The word "vacate" means cancel in this case.
Each situation is different and laid out in the foreclosure papers. It is normal to have at least 30 to 60 days.
Generally, if you are the owner you should be prepared before the foreclosure sale. You will be given notice of the time and date of the foreclosure sale. When the foreclosure sale takes place and the property is sold you will no longer have the right to enter the premises. You should remove your personal belongings before the sale.
You are responsible for the property during the foreclosure process up until the property is sold or auctioned.
Foreclosure doesn't happen immediately. Once you receive notice of foreclosure you will normally have a timeframe when you must vacate the property. If you do not vacate, then the bank/company/person who is seizing the property can have the authorites force you off the property- with or without your belongings.