When real estate changes hands, it goes without saying that there will be a contract in place. This contract is created to protect both parties throughout the process.
A tenant has missed multiple rent payments. The landlord wants to evict the tenant from the space, despite the fact that they've had no prior issues and the tenant has adhered to all of the rules in the lease before this incident.
You searched for months. You found the house of your dreams in a great neighborhood. You put in an offer, waited, and then were overjoyed when it was accepted.
You're interested in buying a new home and moving into it with your family. Your offer gets accepted, but there's one catch: The home is a rental, and the tenants are still there. The lease doesn't run out for six months. Now what?