In general, where, in connection with any claim to exercise the right to collective enfranchisement1 in relation to any premises the freehold of the whole of which is owned by the same person, it is not proposed to acquire any interests2 other than:
(1) the freehold of the premises; or
(2) any other interests of the person who owns the freehold of the premises,
that person is3 the reversioner in respect of the premises4.
Where, in connection with any such claim as is mentioned above, it is proposed to acquire interests of persons other than the person who owns the freehold
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