The right to collective enfranchisement1 does not apply to premises2:
(a) any part or parts of the premises is or are neither occupied, or intended to be occupied, for residential purposes3, nor comprised in any common parts of the premises; and
(b) the internal floor area4 of that part or of those parts, taken together, exceeds 25 per cent of the internal floor area of the premises, taken as a whole5;
(2) where different persons own the freehold of different parts of the premises, if any of those parts is a self-contained part of a building
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