Landlord trying to sell house after I called and informed them of repairs including mold. We had a verbal agreement that they were not going to sell the house until our lease is up. Wayyyy too much to discuss, it's much easier to speak with an attorney.
Even if the landlord sells the house, absent a clause in the lease that allows it to be broken earlier, your lease remains in effect. In other words, the house gets sold with the lease in effect. I would be happy to discuss this with you. You need only call.
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