non disturbance clause

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1. Provision in a tenancy or lease agreement whereby the tenant or lessee will continue to occupy the property under the current terms even if it that property is sold or is taken over from the current landlord or lessor by his or her creditors.
2. Provision in a land sale contract whereby the seller retains mineral rights to that land but does not interfere with its surface development by the buyer.

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You should try to make sure that you work a non disturbance clause in to any deal if you think the other party may be a problem.

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After my brother's rented farm was sold, he was able to continue to farm the property because he had a non disturbance clause in his lease.

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In real estate when owning property, people use a non disturbance clause so that they will still own the property even if it is sold to someone else.

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