Once created, a commonhold continues until it is terminated in one of the ways laid down in the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002. There are a number of ways that a commonhold can come to an end:
following a members’ voluntary winding up of the commonhold association (or following a members’ voluntary winding up which becomes a creditors’ voluntary winding up), the land will cease to be commonhold when it is no longer registered as commonhold, that is when a valid application to terminate the commonhold is made to the
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