The statutory provisions relating to collective enfranchisement1 and the right to a new lease2 apply3 to a lease from the Crown4 if, and only if, there has ceased to be a Crown interest in the land subject to it5.
The statutory provisions relating to the right to a new lease6, however, apply as against a landlord7 under a lease from the Crown if:
(1) a subtenant is seeking a new lease under those provisions and the landlord, or a superior landlord under a lease from the Crown, is entitled to grant such a new lease without the concurrence of the
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