I don't have a question or even a serious complaint, just talking to people who might have been in the same situation. The law allows for a tenant to break their lease with 2 weeks notice and no fee if the property is put up for sale. While I didn't know this when I bought as a new landlord, it wouldn't have surprised me if it had happened at the time. It seems like a reasonable clause considering the inconvenience to the tenant. Now.... it's 4 months later, the trauma of showing the house must be gone, the tenants must be fully settled in with the new PM, and yet it turns out they still have this right. Worse, it's more like 1 weeks notice of the loss of income to me, because the PM wasn't aware until a week after they notified, that I wouldn't be getting a break lease fee. Tip for young players buying already tenanted property I guess.