It depends on what part they want to break. No terms can be changed while you live there. However, you can be evicted so they can live in the property themselves. In a few states you can be evicted so they can move a relative in. The old landlord has these same property rights.
by Landlord - a day ago
nope... unless the rent is so far below market-rate that it is deemed to be a sweetheart deal...
by estielmo - a day ago
Unless your lease states otherwise, the new owners will be your landlord.
by reenzz - a day ago
That happened to a friend of mine, but he ended up buying the house himself so it didn't apply. He told me before he bought it, though, that the new owners would legally have to wait until the lease was up before they could do anything else with it. I don't know that for a FACT but i believe it to be true. He was good with doing his research.
by Federal R - a day ago
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