Any jurisdiction expressed to be conferred on the court by the statutory provisions relating to enfranchisement or extension1 must be exercised2 by the County Court, unless the contrary intention appears3.
There must also be brought4 in the County Court any proceedings of the following descriptions:
(1) proceedings for determining whether a person is entitled to acquire the freehold or an extended lease of a house5 and premises6, or to what property his right extends7;
(2) proceedings for determining what provisions ought to be contained in a conveyance8, or in a lease9 granting a new tenancy10;
(3) any other proceedings relating
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