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If I have a written multi-year lease entered into by the owner before he took out a reverse mortgage, what happens to it if they die?

Question Details: The lease was entered into prior to the owner encumbering the property with a reverse mortgage. My concern is that the reverse mortgage requires the property to be sold if the owner dies. What happens to my lease in this event? If the reverse mortgage company forecloses after the owner dies, can I stay in the building until my lease expires? Can I be evicted?

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