The no-Act Rights Assumption

Whitehall Court London Ltd v Crown Estate Commissioners (CA): on whether the “no-Act rights” assumption, whereby rights conferred by the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 were disregarded when valuing the premium payable to purchase an extended lease, applied to an individual flat, or the entire building, for the purposes of calculating the apportionment of the premium between the head landlord and the freeholder. Click here for more information.

Written by James Naylor

Partner, Naylor Solicitors LLP.

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