Post-Foreclosure Eviction in Massachusetts Former Homeowners
Post-Foreclosure Eviction Summary Process in Massachusetts
Notice to Quit and Summons & Complaint
Answer, Discovery & Jury Demand
What to expect at court; and former homeowner legal arguments
What happens if you lose your case?
Timing & Goals
Key Points to Remember for Former Homeowner Eviction Summary Process
Frequently Asked Post-Foreclosure Eviction Questions for Former Homeowners
Do I have to leave after the foreclosure auction?
What happens if there are no winning bids at the foreclosure auction?
Can the bank or new owner evict me in the winter-time?
Do I have a right to an eviction court hearing?
Is the new owner threatening to change the locks and shut off the utilities?
Is it illegal to accept a “Cash-for-Keys” offer?
I missed my eviction court hearing, can I request a new date?
Should I still go to court even if I did not file an Answer?
During the hearing, can I explain how the bank violated the foreclosure laws?
What happens if I’m unable to move out by the execution date?
Helpful Terms & Definitions
Notice To Quit
Bona Fide Tenant
Summons and Complaint
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