Can a landlord evict a tenant after 20 years of tenancy

In Landlord/Tenant Law
We are having a rented shop from past 20 yrs of which we r having rent deed in which no time period to end tenancy specified now we came to know that our landlord is selling the prop can the landlord or the buyer of the same prop evict us inspite of such a long tenancy period and we are regular in paying rent we have all the reciepts and we also gave a deposit of rs 100000 20 yrs ago to the landlord?? Please help us for the issue.. (Hindus both landlord and tenant)

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We recommend you send a legal notice of eviction to your tenants giving them a notice period of at least a month or as per the time period stipulated in your rent agreement asking them to hand over peaceful possession of your property.

In case they do not hand over vacant and peaceful possession of your premises on the expiry of the stipulated time, you can file a petition eviction before the Rent Controller.

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