Coos Bay, OR asked in Foreclosure for Oregon

Q: do u still have to pay space lot if land is under forecloser??

I have lived in a rv park for almost a year since then our water has not been standard judgement after them for that our power gets turned off.. it's back on not because he paid it but another resident is on oxygen.. he has broken into my house he is shinning his lights in my window and now he just served me with a rent balance as I have paid every month but refuses to give us a receipt he is not the landlord he is the p roper ty manager..

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Robert L. Mauger Jr.
Robert L. Mauger Jr.
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: While the property is in the foreclosure process, you still need to pay the landlord or property manager rent. However, given the circumstances you describe, you may have other claims against your property manager. You should talk to your own attorney before withholding rent. Generally, you should refuse to pay rent without a written rental receipt.

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