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Sep 22, 2018 - The Daily Telegraph (London)

LEGAL ISSUES DAV I D FLEMING lawyer Provided one other owner is prepared to join in with your son, they would be entitled to acquire the landlord's freehold

Q My son, who lives and works abroad, owns a leasehold flat in London, which he rents out. It is in a house that has been converted into three flats.

The lease has about 50 years left on it, which I understand makes mortgaging difficult, should my son decide to sell the property when he returns.

He and the owner of the seco...