New Jersey Man Broke Into Foreclosed Homes and Leased Them, Silver Lining, Cops Can’t Evict Tenants

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“The renters are still living in the homes, Jacobus said. “Law enforcement cannot evict them,” he noted. It will be up to the banks owning the foreclosed properties to determine how to proceed.”

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N.J. Man Broke Into Foreclosed Homes and Leased Them, Silver Lining, Cops Can’t Evict Tenants

MONROE TWP. — Police say a Camden man broke into foreclosed properties and rented them out to unwitting victims.

Authorities believe he has pulled the scam in many towns around South Jersey, according to Monroe Township Police.

Levar Michael Taylor (aka Raymond Erving), 38, allegedly entered two foreclosed properties in Monroe, one in the 1700 block of Black Oak Road and the other in the 1600 block of White Oak Lane.

Utilities were illegally turned back on and winterization stickers placed on the closed-up homes were scraped off, police said. Taylor then posed as an agent to lease the properties.

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One Response to “New Jersey Man Broke Into Foreclosed Homes and Leased Them, Silver Lining, Cops Can’t Evict Tenants”
  1. :Dennis-Allen;fick says:

    If tenants have superior rights in foreclosure, it would seem that since the deed of trust listed the buyer as a tenant; one could and would bring that fact up at a foreclosure hearing and possibly stay their forced removal???

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