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No, I don't see anything wrong with what you're proposing here at all.
The purchaser doesn't have anything as far as I can see.
Of course it depends what your contract terms are, and the purchaser would need to take advice on those, but I see nothing inherently objectionable to this.
Thank you. I am a retired FRICS, and feel the same. However, do you think that there is a legal cut off at the signing of the contract for sale/completion with that tenancy agreement scheduled, so that there can be no claim to possession(so-called squatters rights) except that granted for the duration of the tenancy de novo?
If it all happens together, I don't see the issue. At the end of the day, the owner cannot grant a tenancy to himself, it makes no legal sense. So the tenancy can only really be effective once ownership transfers anyway.
Brilliant! Thank you for that.
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