Not all house leases have the right to an extension of the lease although the majority of house leases may qualify for the right to enfranchise.
The right to extension of the lease1 does not arise under:
(1) certain tenancies of houses where the value exceeds the applicable limit2;
(2) certain tenancies of houses where the rent exceeds the applicable limit3;
(3) tenancies of houses falling within the additional 'low rent test'4;
(4) long tenancies granted so as to become terminable by notice after a death, a marriage or the formation of a civil partnership and so granted before 18
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