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Is there a law in Missouri that forces land lords to reveal if the rental property is in foreclosure?

I have been reading a lot about instances where unscrupolous people who have homes going into foreclosure are renting the property out without telling the renters and all of a sudden a foreclosure arrives at the residence and the people who just paid rent and a deposit and stuff are being evicted within a couple months. Is there a law on Missouri books that forces land lords to reveal this information prior to renting the property in foreclosure? If not there isn’t, there should be.

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One Response to "Is there a law in Missouri that forces land lords to reveal if the rental property is in foreclosure?"

  1. reenzz says:
    No…no state has such laws. The information can be easily obtain through your local building department/assessor office/county clerks office.

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