Is it located in Newark? It's not coming up on the tax map. In any event, try your local zoning office and ask what do they have the property registered as. Regardless of what anyone else tells you (i.e. the owner, Real estate agent, etc.), it all comes down to what the folks down at city hall consider it as. Good luck.... more
Have an attorney review your lease. Some leases that I have seen, have a specific line that states you must show the property to any potential buyers of the property (with due notice) But your current lease should be binding to the property.
Again, have a real estate attorney look at your lease for you to find out what your obligations and the landlords obligations are.... more