Notice to Move from Rented House I have been renting a house for 4 years (one…

Notice to Move from Rented House
I have been renting a house for 4 years (one year lease that rolled over to month to month) and without any notice by the owner, the owners informed us that they were selling the property immediately. This was done via a telephone call at 9:35 in the evening and followed up with a written notice of 30 to 60 days to vacate.

We moved as fast as possible and are in Escrow on a house.
- What rights do I have left, if any? – What are my rights now? We have accomodated open houses, individual showings of the house, termite inspections, etc. Now they want to do the extensive termite work while we are still there. – Do we have to let them do this work? Also, our 60 days ends Thanksgiving weekend but they want us out of there before that – like the day our escrow closes.

Thank you for your help! Thank

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  1. Re: Notice to Move from Rented House
    You do not have to move prior to 60 days after written notice. Furhtermore, they are violating your right to quiet enjoyment of the property. Tell them they will need to compenate you for the inconvenience if they want you to let them in to do work.

    Ken Koenen
    Koenen & Tokunaga, P.C.
    5776 Stoneridge Mall Rd., Suite 350
    Pleasanton, CA 94588

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