A prospective buyer may serve notice under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 on tenants to ensure that rights of first refusal do not arise where it appears to the buyer that the disposal might be a relevant disposal of premises to which the Act applies1. The notice must:
(1) set out the principal terms of the proposed disposal, including the consideration required;
(2) invite the recipient to serve a notice stating:
(a) whether an offer notice has been served;
(b) if not, whether he is aware of any reason why he is not entitled to such a notice;
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