Eviction of "innocent" renters from foreclosed homes

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    Gunfight's are next??? :confused: Better lock 'n' load those pistol's and shotgun's :confused: Seriously .... are civil uprising next? :(

     
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    This could be a good time to establish squatter's rights....

    Hmmmm...I must ponder this....
     
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    I saw that on the news this morning! Good for the Sheriff! I never thought about renters. People will now try to say they deserve it because they should of some how knew that their landlords had bad mortgages.
     
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    I hate to say it ... but this could be the second coming of a Civil War again right here on mainstreet USA. I pray not .... but it could happen.

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    Listen to what he says about the bailout and threat of "Marshall Law"


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    They aren't innocent and they aren't guilty. That's the life of a renter.
     
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    Yeah. Can't they just rent somewhere else?
     
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    How naive the two of you are, you and xsited1. I remember renting. It is expensive to move. If you actually read the article you would see they were paying their rent on time and were evicted for no reason other than the mortgage not being paid and greed .... most likely the landlord, over extended to make money and a greedy mortgage holder that allowed them to get the money in the first place.


    If they were given the money back they had paid on time, then perhaps they could have moved, yes. So you show no compassion for the innocent renter what-so-ever. Un-beliveable! :eusa_eh:
     
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    What? You don't pay the rent, you have to move out. That's the way it works.
     
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    There's no such thing under these circumstances

    possession has to be open and ADVERSE for a certain amount of time (like 20 years) depending upon the jurisdiction.

    Nice try but interestingly enough, we don't live in the age of the covered wagon where you stick a stake in the earth and claim it.
     

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