You must look at the lease itself to determine the answer. If there is no right for the building owner to extend the lease, and no provision addressing the rights of the building owner at lease end, generally speaking, the landowner would have the right to remove the buildings. But the general answer might not apply in a specific case. You must review the land lease itself!
in the lease document everything should be descibed . it could be that you will get some more time to increase your lease period or it could be to get evicted from there. wikipedia
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