Where a tenant1 of a house2 has the right to acquire the freehold or an extended lease3 and gives notice of his desire to have it, the rights and obligations of the landlord4 and the tenant arising from the notice enure for the benefit of, and are enforceable against, them, their executors, administrators and assigns to the like extent, but no further, as rights and obligations arising under a contract for a sale or lease freely entered into between the landlord and tenant5.
The tenant's rights and obligations that arise in this way are assignable6 with, but not capable of
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