Brown Investigates Whether Tenants' Rights Are Violated in Foreclosures

SACRAMENTO - Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today launched an investigation aimed at protecting the rights of the "forgotten victims" of the housing market collapse -- the tens of thousands of tenants facing eviction from buildings that have been foreclosed by banks.

"Tenants who live in properties in foreclosure are the forgotten victims of the collapse of the housing market," Brown said. "We'll fight every step of the way to ensure they aren't rousted from their homes in violation of the law."

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