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Question: WHAT IS THE LAW THAT STOPS EVICTION BY BOTH THE NEW OWNER OF THE FORECLOSED EQUITABLE TITLE AND THE SERVICING BANK?

Answer: I think you are talking about the federal Protecting Tenants in Foreclosure Act (S.896, P.L. 111?22), a federal law that applied in Arizona. But it expired in December 2014 and has not been renewed. It delayed evictions of tenants during foreclosure.

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