A claim to acquire the freehold or an extended lease1 of any property is of no effect2 if it is made after the tenant has given notice terminating the tenancy3 of that property, not being a notice that has been superseded by the grant, express or implied, of a new tenancy, or if it is made during the subsistence of an agreement for a future tenancy to which the statutory provisions relating to security of tenure for business tenants4 or for tenants of long residential tenancies5 apply6.
The following provisions apply where a landlord's notice terminating the tenancy of any
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