If your house has been foreclosed and sold at a sheriff sale, you may be wondering if the buyer can legally lock you out of your home immediately following the sale. The answer is no. As long as the property has not been abandoned and is sitting vacant, the buyer must go through certain procedures before they can legally evict you and change the locks. In Ohio, this means the buyer must either obtain a Writ of Possession from the sheriff or initiate an eviction action in municipal court. After … [Read more...] about Can I Be Locked Out of My Home After an Ohio Foreclosure?
By Marc Dann