My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California
I along with 2 other people each rent a room in a 5 Bedroom house with the landlord. The landlord had a lawsuit against the lender that went on for 2-3 years that was recently dismissed with prejudice(they cannot file again). The landlord has filed for bankruptcy and their plan is to deed the house back over to the bank in a few weeks. I have been told by the landlord who was told by their attorney that we have 60 days from the date they leave to get out of the house(we have not been given this in writing and it was told to us under the guise of "this is what we have been told but you need to get your own advice"
So in reading around everything to do with renters rights has to do with a foreclosure and as I understand it gives us 90 days(federal) or 60 days(state). My question is, is this considered a foreclosure? if not what rights do I have?
I have tried contacting my local legal aid office and apparently I make too much money to be given free legal advice...