I see. Thank you for clarifying that.
The sale of rental property
does not typically terminate a valid lease, but the purchaser takes the property subject to the lease.
If there is no valid lease in place, then the tenancy is normally considered a month to month
tenancy and may be terminated with 30 days notice to the tenant normally.
Neither owner would typically have the ability to terminate the lease any sooner and it usually takes weeks or months following the notice period to obtain an order of eviction
. The owners cannot lock you out, so if they truly need you to move before the 30 day notice period, they may wish to offer you a sum of money for your agreement to move out sooner as they cannot otherwise demand that you move out sooner.
Here is a link which summarizes PA law:
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