If your landlord or someone else evicts you because your building is in foreclosure, the judge must hide the case from the public. This is called sealing. Tell the judge that it is a foreclosure-related eviction the first time you come to court.
When a record is sealed, it cannot be seen by employers or other members of the public. Your record can still be seen by governmental agencies, law enforcement agencies, or by the public if a judge orders that they can see it.
Learn more about Getting an eviction case off your record.
Updated: January 2018