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I'm sorry to hear this.Is he renting of the property to new tenants?
Yes. I understand that he told you that you needed to leave because people are buying the house and want the house for themselves. What I'm asking is what is going to happen on October 1? Is he moving into the house, the house going to be standing empty, is he leasing it out to other tenants?
If it turns out that he had lied and the house was not sold and new owners are not moving then you would go back to the landlord tenant board and they would order that the landlord compensate you for your being required to move.In most cases the board will require that the landlord pay your moving expenses and on top of that if you are renting a comparable house but paying more the landlord will be required to reimburse you for the difference in the rent for the first year.Does that answer your question ?
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Unless you can prove to the Board that he has lied now and the house was not sold then yes.
If you can bring an urgent motion to the board and have the real estate agent testify that he lied you would be able to stay.
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