I have a 12 month lease until 29 th May 2022 the house is going to auction in 3 weeks will the new owners have to

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The new owners will be bound by the terms of your lease. They cannot give you notice to leave, and your lease will continue until the end of the term on 29 May 2022. When a property is sold with tenants, the owner and the new owner are bound by the tenancy agreement and the tenants are protected. All that changes is that you have a new landlord

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