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There was a historic disposal of a mixed use building (over 15 years ago) and section 5 notices under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (LTA 1987) were not served on two residential tenants. The building is now being sold again and section 5 notices have been served. One of the long residential leaseholders acquired his interest a number of years after the previous
sale. In order to challenge the historic disposal, who are the qualifying tenants for that purpose given that one of the tenants acquired his interest after the previous sale?
Also, can the existing seller of the building serve a section 18 notice under the LTA 1987 in respect of the current proposed disposal and against the previous disposal?
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