In some circumstances, where a landlord has disposed of property, certain tenants have a right to serve a notice on the purchaser requiring him to dispose of the estate or interest that was the subject matter of the original disposal to the tenants1. If the property has at any time since the original disposal become subject to any charge or mortgage, then, unless the court directs otherwise, the instrument by virtue of which the property is disposed of by the purchaser operates to discharge the property from that charge or mortgage
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