When the property is sold at the foreclosure sale and the deed is made public record, the property is no longer yours and you must leave immediately. If you do not leave, the new owner can have you removed.
Find a house. Move in.
You certainly should be able to leave the house. To move out you must be 18 or have permission.
you can leave home (with parents permission) at 16 so you probably can move to your other parents house. (If you wait one year then you can leave and get your own house).
If the owner of the new house is not willing to accept a voucher then you cannot move in-- plain and simple
The owner wanted to move baseball out west.
You have to be 18 to legally move out of your parents house. However, your parents can sign a form that says that you can leave legally.
NO your ex cannot have you arrested if you move to another state, unless uu have strict orders that you cannot leave the state for whatever reason.
you can get arrested and they will put you into a foster home. but once you are 18 then you can move.
You can legally leave your parents house at 16.
It is an old tradition in some ethnic groups.
Somewhere there is a cheat for sim teenagers to get married, but without it teenagers can not get married.Allthough they can move into a house together.All you have to do is first move them in with their parents then have their parents moveout of the house and leave the teenagers.
If you mean "leave" as in "find a new residency", then no. Court orders are bound by law, thus you violating the order is a crime, thus the crime "violation of a court order". If you wish move, you need to consult the judge and have the order dropped, otherwise, you'll be arrested.
The local sheriff will have you moved bodily if necessary. If it comes to that you may be arrested.
If you mean move out, no. At 18 you are an adult and can do what you want.
It is a sign of commitment
It's the owner of the house that has to decide that. If the owner or the person on the contract says he has to go he has to go. He is an adult.
call the cops?
If you are on probation, you cannot leave the state and change your residence without the permission of the court. If the court does not grant the permission to move an dyou do anyway, you most certainly WILL be arrested.
Michigan allows a 6-month redemption period after the house goes to Sheriff's Sale, also known as foreclosure auction. The owner of the foreclosed house can continue to live in the house during that time. At the end of the six-month period, the bank expects the owner to move out and will serve an eviction notice if the owner is still in the house.
if it is her house and you refuse to leave then she can evict you and have sherriffs forcefully remove you if necessary
Yes, it has been sold. Maybe you can rent from the new owner.
u just say move with the person u want out
A ready-to-move-into house A ready-to-move-into house A ready-to-move-into house
your lease was with the previous owner. It's gone unless the new owner will honor or best make a new lease if you want it. You may have 30 -60 days to relocate, They can't just move you out tomorrow.