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Please note the person purchasing your landlord’s property is likely to keep renting it out. People who buy properties with tenants living in are likely landlords on their own or want to become one. Therefore it is unlikely any thing may happen to your fixed term contract, albeit the buyer will be the new landlord. Further your tenants rights will still be in place thus he will need to follow the set proceess to evict you.
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On that basis the new buyer will still need to serve a section 8 notice on you and show proof that they intend to live in the property.
Therefore my advice will be to start considering your option in terms of looking for an alternative place whilst you still have time.
Further you should speak to your landlord to obtain time limits on when the sale will be processed and the rent situation too.
Dont forget your deposit too if you paid one. ensure you have a conversation about this matter too.
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