In cases where the low rent test for the right to enfranchisement is still applicable1, then where the statutory right to enfranchisement or extension2 would apply in the case of the tenant3 of a house4 but for the fact that the tenancy5 is not a tenancy at a low rent6, and the tenancy is not an excluded tenancy7, Part I of the Leasehold Reform Act 19678 has effect to confer on the tenant the same right to acquire the freehold of the house and premises9 as would be conferred10 if it were a tenancy at a low rent11. A
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