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Can you retrospectively amend a collective enfranchisement notice in order to remove an interest you had included in the initial notice?

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Published on LexisPSL on 15/07/2015

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  • Can you retrospectively amend a collective enfranchisement notice in order to remove an interest you had included in the initial notice?

Can you retrospectively amend a collective enfranchisement notice in order to remove an interest you had included in the initial notice?

Paragraph 15 of Schedule 3 to the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 provides:

  1. (1) The initial notice shall not be invalidated by any inaccuracy in any of the particulars required by [or by virtue of] section 13(3) or by any misdescription of any of the property to which the claim extends.

  2. (2) Where the initial notice—

    (a) specifies any property or interest which was not liable to acquisition under or by virtue of section 1 or 2, or

    (b) fails to specify any property or interest which is so liable to acquisition

    the notice may, with the leave of

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