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How long before you have to vacate after a Sheriff's Sale in Indiana?

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It depends on who buys the property. However, you should have already made your plans to move out. If you have a lot of stuff, start earlier. When we bought a short sale house, they had three days after closing. They were busy until midnight of the last night and had to leave things behind. Plan ahead; it is not the buyer's fault that you have to move.

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