Tenants who enfranchise will obtain the freehold of the premises in which the flats are situated and:
(1) certain other property owned by the same freeholder such as garages or gardens ('appurtenant property');
(2) intermediate leasehold interests of those premises (but not of any non-residential parts of the building)1.
Mineral rights owned by the freeholder are excluded from the collective right2.
The Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 also contains provisions relating to certain interests which may (or in certain cases must) be leased back to the reversioner. They include the following:
(a) flats let by the freeholder on
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