Hi All, seeking some guidance. I have settlement Friday and we have been advised the current tenant won’t be forced out from the property. when I signed the Contract of Sale on 28/11/19, it was subject to the following “At settlement the purchaser is entitled to vacant possession of the property unless the box is checked, in which case the property is sold subject to... and there are three options. the box was checked and the option which was check was “A residential tenancy for a fixed term ending 15 October 2019”. So, I have understood this to essentially mean the current tenancy agreement is void/ month to month until settlement and I become the new owner as this agreement has lapsed since October and I signed in November. I also allowed for a three Month settlement to enable the tenant adequate time to find a new rental. I am now being told they do not have to move out because they cannot locate a property and this clause. The tenant is currently under a HERS(?) scheme and supposedly there are no properties in all of victoria for her. I am expected to cover my current rental costs (1800 per month) plus and additional $1000 per month that her rent does not cover if she is not out of the property as of Friday. The COS was checked over by a conveyancer who knew this was a owner occupied property. questions are Legally is she allowed to stay? Is this an error/oversight on the conveyancers behalf? What should I do!? Thanks heaps!