I've been in this apartment on a yearly fixed-term lease for a number of years. This year's lease is due to end in less than 2 weeks, and I now have reason to believe our landlord may be planning to sell the place and will ask us to leave.
On rereading the lease, I see it states that the landlord can give us 28 days notice to leave once the lease has expired.
According to the residential tenancies act however I am entitled to 120 days notice.
My question is: Does the tenancies act overrule this part of my lease or have I effectively signed away my right to the 120 days notice?
And a related question: If a landlord wants a tenant to leave at end of lease, would they normally wait until the lease has expired to mention it or would they let the tenant know earlier?
Thanks in advance for any help.