For the purposes of the right to collective enfranchisement1 any premises to which that right applies2 are premises with a resident landlord3 at any time if:
(1) the premises are not, and do not form part of, a purpose-built block of flats4;
(2) the same person has owned the freehold of the premises since before the conversion of the premises into two or more flats or other units5; and
(3) he, or an adult member of his family6, has occupied a flat or other unit contained in the premises as his only or principal home
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