Once your home has been foreclosed on, you may receive a notice demanding that you vacate the property within a specified period of time. If you refuse to leave, the new owner of the property will have to attempt to evict you by filing an unlawful detainer action.
The post-foreclosure eviction process begins when the new owner sends a Notice to Quit to the resident, giving that individual a certain number of days to vacate. The timeline depends on whether the resident is the former homeowner or a tenant, and if a tenant has a lease.
If the deadline passes and the resident remains in the home, the new owner will need to file an unlawful detainer lawsuit. If the suit is successful, the resident will need to vacate the property immediately or the sheriff will physically remove him or her from the premises.
If you have received an unlawful detainer lawsuit, you will need to hire a real estate attorney who is experienced in unlawful detainer matters immediate. If you ignore the complaint , the new owner may request a default judgment in their favor, as well as a monetary judgment against you. There are strict timelines involved with your response. As such, we recommend acting quickly and retaining a lawyer as soon as possible.
Fighting an unlawful detainer may involve uncovering title issues, lender fraud and legal violations that may have occurred throughout the foreclosure and eviction process. Our Los Angeles based attorneys will carefully review the facts of your case and do everything within their power to defend against the eviction and ensure that your rights to the property are protected.`
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