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Who should be defined as the owner in a section 106 agreement?

For the purpose of drafting a section 106 agreement, does the council need to be identified as the freeholder in the recitals of the actual agreement if there is a long 99 year lease, and can the leaseholder with the long lease be identified as the owner?

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