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- If a section 21 notice was invalid because the landlord didn't serve the Prescribed Information for the deposit when a statutory periodic tenancy arose, is a second section 21 notice required or does "late" service of the Prescribed Information validate the first?
- Does an option to purchase the freehold interest in a property granted in a lease survive the termination of a lease if the option has not been exercised before the lease has been forfeited?
- Can a seller of Plot A require its buyer not to object to a development of Plot B which is owned by an associated company?
- What are the consequences of the sellers changing from joint tenants of the beneficial interest to tenants in common, if contracts for the sale have already been exchanged?
- If a concurrent lease is "slotted in" above an already existing lease, is there any way the original (now superior) landlord can forfeit that first lease?
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