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Could you please copy-paste the relevant clause here ?
It is done so that tenancy can not roll into periodic monthly tenancy after the expiry of the fixed tenancy term.
You are tenant, and there usually a term in the tenancy agreement that agents/landlords reserves the right to have viewers who are interested in the property as a tenat or buyers.
Could you please check if you have that clause in your tenancy?
A tenancy /lease is a legal interest in a property. If the ownership of the property changes, that interest is not destroyed. This means your tenancy will persist through and after the property sale. Tenants still benefit from all their tenancy rights as described by the law. None of them are limited, altered or restricted by the change of ownership.
Tenants have the right to quiet enjoyment of the rented property, without any undue interference from the Landlord.
If that sale sign is causing interference with your right to enjoy your property then you have right to say NO to any such signs at your property.
The Landlords /agents /contractors can not enter the premises without the consent of the tenant. The Landlords have to give reasonable notice to the tenants for their visits/inspection of the rented accommodation, in all eventualities a prior-notice of at least 24 hours must be provided to the tenant.
Under the Protection from Eviction act 1977, any attempts or entering the tenant`s house , without getting tenants approval would be deemed as harassment
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It needs to be postal address , if the business/office address is being used then there is nothing wrong here.
Agents /landlord should provide their address where they can be reached , regarding any notices/issues in relation to the tenancy.