A tenant's1 notice of his desire to have an extended lease2 ceases to have effect if afterwards, being entitled to do so, he gives notice of his desire to have the freehold3.
Where a tenancy4 of a house5 and premises6 has been extended7, there is no further right to an extended tenancy8 except in certain exceptional circumstances9.
Where a tenant has given written notice of his desire to have the freehold10, and has then given written notice that he is unable or unwilling to acquire the house and premises at the price he must pay11, any further notice of his desire
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