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Can an individual with the benefit of a rent charge seek possession of a property pursuant to section 121 of the Law of Property Act 1925 based on non-payment of legal fees incurred in relation to serving a section 121 notice, where rent charge arrears have been paid following such notice?

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Published on LexisPSL on 19/09/2017

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  • Can an individual with the benefit of a rent charge seek possession of a property pursuant to section 121 of the Law of Property Act 1925 based on non-payment of legal fees incurred in relation to serving a section 121 notice, where rent charge arrears have been paid following such notice?

Can an individual with the benefit of a rent charge seek possession of a property pursuant to section 121 of the Law of Property Act 1925 based on non-payment of legal fees incurred in relation to serving a section 121 notice, where rent charge arrears have been paid following such notice?

A right of re-entry in respect of non-payment of a rent charge may be expressly set out in the rent charge itself, or it may

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