If the landlord doesn't give reasonable notice, then you don't have to comply and let the house be shown. You should let the house be shown if she gives at least 12 hours' notice.
You can be present when the house is shown, unless the lease states otherwise.
I think the 45 days was meant to mean that the owner can show the house during the last 45 days of the lease, but since I don't have the lease in front of me, this is just a guess.
The lease was not meant to make the landlord wait to show the house until the lease is over. The landlord may not have decided to sell the house until after February. difficult to say without more facts.
While the law says that the landlord has the right to show the property for sale, he must give reasonable notice of at least 12 hours. Also, the landlord CANNOT demand that you leave your own house so he can show it. That is why you are paying to lease it.
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He has the right to show the property to prospective buyers. He cannot require you to leave the property while he is doing the "showing" . He needs to give you a 12 hour notice before he can show the house. He may also not use this right to harass or inconvenience you.
Consult and attorney and have him read the lease agreement.
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