My landlord has indicated that he might sell the apartment that I am staying in. I have a lease that doesn't expire for a while. While he hasn't indicated that he wants me out right now, am I within my legal rights to refuse to move out until the end of the lease, regardless if he wants to sell it? If he wants to sell it, that's fine, I will move out. But I don't want to move until the lease is up. I would consider moving if the landlord compensates me for one or two months rent to cover finding a new apartment.
The contract has a clause that I can pay a fee to break the lease, a clause that states the landlord cannot break the lease unless legally allowed (whatever that means), but there is no mention of anything regarding if the landlord wants to break the lease.