Tenants rights foreclosure

By Kyle

So my landlord was forclosed on and the property went to the bank.  I talked with the bank and they refused to give me any information. So I decided I would wait for an offical notice to vacate.  Yesterday, I got a notice that the property was going up for sale at an auction in 10 days. I am so confused, do I have to vacate before the auction date, do I wait hear from the new owners,  or do I have a certain amount, by law, to vacate.   I have not received any notice addressed to this issue.  All I have seen is a notice saying the property was going into forclosure and a notice about the auction date.  I just don’t want to come home to my belongings on the front lawn.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Edited on: Wednesday, May 6th, 2009 10:18 am

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May 6th, 2009 9:22 am

Sorry, I am adding to my post because for some reason I selected Utah as the state. That is wrong, I am actually living in Oklahoma. I know this important because laws differ in different states. Thanks again for any help.


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