The tenant's rights
In principle, no. You have chosen to sell the property "occupied", you do not give the tenant a notice of termination. When the lease is not called into question, the tenant does not have a right of priority during the sale. It is necessary to inform him in order to carry out the diagnostics of the building and to make visit the good. Once the deed of sale is signed at the notary's office, the new owner will communicate his identity and contact information to him.
By exception, the tenant benefits from a right of pre-emption in 4 cases: