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Whilst there are certain criteria for a landlord to get a tenant out, mid-term, under section 8 of the Housing Act 1985, selling the property is not one of them https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_8_notice
and therefore, the new buyer is stuck with you until the end of the tenancy period.
That’s not to say that you might want to negotiate with the landlord him to pay you out by perhaps giving you six weeks rent free or something like that but it’s a case of agreeing whatever it is between you because there is no statutory provision. He is stuck with you until the end of the term and so is the buyer
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