EVICTING WHEN SELLING

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The process of evicting a tenant when the landlord decides to sell the property varies by jurisdiction.

A Tenant May Remain Within the Premises Unless the Purchaser Intends to Move Into the Premises and Proper Notice is Received By the Tenant. Termination by Agreement Between the Landlord and Tenant Is Also Permitted. Generally, when a landlord wishes to sell a rental property, they must follow specific legal procedures, including providing proper notice to the tenant. In many cases, the lease agreement remains valid until its expiration date, and the new owner must honor the existing lease. However, tenants may be required to allow reasonable access to the property for showings and inspections. If the tenant refuses access or fails to vacate after receiving proper notice, eviction proceedings may be initiated. It’s essential for both landlords and tenants to be aware of their rights and responsibilities during the property sale process, as failing to adhere to the law can lead to legal complications.

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