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House was sold in sheriffs sale and I still have personal property there. What are my rights?

Question Details: My parents house was recently sold in a sheriffs sale. My mother no longer lived there but me and my father did. He passed away in 2017. My name is not on the deed. But I am my fathers beneficiary. I still have personal property in the house and never recieved anything about an amount of time I have to get everything out. Now the locks are changed and there is a notice. But nothing on the notice about how long I have to remove my belongings. What are my legal rights to remove what is mine?

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