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we have recently renewed and signed a 12 month short hold assured tenancy ( 3 weeks ago ). we have just received two months notice to vacate the property because the land lord wishes to sell the property. we have lived here for approx 2 years never missed a payment and the house is kept immaculate ...is the landlord entitled to do this or can we claim compensation ? We currently pay ?1,100 per calendar month and the landlord has told us he will reduce the monthly payments by ?100 per calendar month until we vacate
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