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Might someone here have info on this?:

Tenant (myself) rented an apartment near the end of month of October.  Landlords provided a one-year lease.  Every year around the same time we'd get together to review and sign a new lease. 
When LL sold building in mid-summer, new LL didn't offer any lease, rental agreement, or anything else.
So, I simply continued paying the same rent, following the same requirements, etc., as had been stated in the lease I received from the original LL. 
As the last lease I had from the original LL hadn't expired, was it still in effect, or did a new person purchasing the building invalidate it?

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in Wisconsin...old lease holds till end

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That does make sense.  Thank you.  [smile]
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