A previous owner, trustor, or mortgagor of a property is guilty of unlawful detainer if the person:
(1) defaulted on his or her obligations resulting in disposition of the property by a trustee's sale or sheriff's sale; and
(2) continues to occupy the property after the trustee's sale or sheriff's sale after being served with a notice to quit by the purchaser.
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