In so far as the low rent test is still applicable with regard to the right to enfranchise1, then:
(1) where a tenancy2 of any property is not a tenancy at a low rent3 but is a tenancy falling within the additional 'low rent test'4, the tenancy is nevertheless treated as a tenancy at a low rent5 so far as the statutory provisions relating to the right to enfranchise6 have effect for conferring on any person a right to acquire the freehold of a house7 and premises8;
(2) where the statutory right to enfranchisement or extension9 would apply in
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