I found nothing there stating that they have to give you a notice if they put the home on the market. But look through the various sections.
I mentioned the one or two units in my prior response because NJ's Anti Eviction Laws do not apply to one to 3 units, if one is owner occupied.
If a new owner, who is now de facto new landlord, takes over, the tenant has the rights that they had with the old landlord. An existing lease would be part of what was purchased, with all it's benefits (a guaranty of income) and handicaps (inability to raise the rent until the lease expires or remove the tenant early.)
The bottom line is, I believe, that the owner does not have to get the tenant's permission to sell or advise him of the sale unless special conditions apply.
Keller Williams Atlantic Shore