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Old 12-31-2020, 04:12 PM
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Does anyone know if having a new landlord affects the tenancy duration as prescribed by the fair notice ordinance? Ie if I have lived in a property more than 3 years, but the property has recently been sold to a new owner, does it reset my tenancy time in the unit from the time the unit is sold?

Thanks for any info you may have.

The Fair Notice ordinance adopted on July 22 does the following:

For tenants who have been in the unit for more than three years, the landlord must notify the tenant in writing at least 120 days prior to seeking to terminate a tenancy, not renew a lease or increase the rental rate; failure to provide the notification entitles the tenant to remain in the unit for up to 120 days after the date on which written notice is ultimately given.
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