Yes, the landlord may require you to move in order for him to sell the property. You are allowed to remain for the full term of your lease before being required to move. However, if your lease expressly states that the landlord can sell the property, then you only get to remain for the period that the lease states you can stay. At a minimum, however, the landlord must give 60-days’ notice. As noted below, the landlord may be required to pay some relocation fees if you are required to move out due to the property being sold.
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