No, and you may not have to vacate at all. When a new owner takes control of a property that’s been foreclosed, they have to provide notification to tenants.
It’s possible you may be notified that your month-to-month lease will no longer be permitted under the new owners, in which case New York law gives you 90 days to vacate before an eviction process can begin.
If you’ve been given a deadline to vacate your home after your building was foreclosed on, call the Queens tenancy attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino at 718-599-1111 for help.
We’ll protect your rights under the law and negotiate an acceptable outcome with your new landlord, if at all possible.