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On the death of a 'resident landlord' (LTA 1987, s 58(2)), does the right of first refusal apply to the sale of the freehold reversion by the landlord's executor?

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Published on LexisPSL on 24/05/2016

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  • On the death of a 'resident landlord' (LTA 1987, s 58(2)), does the right of first refusal apply to the sale of the freehold reversion by the landlord's executor?

On the death of a 'resident landlord' (LTA 1987, s 58(2)), does the right of first refusal apply to the sale of the freehold reversion by the landlord's executor?

There are certain situations where the tenants do not have the right of first refusal.

Section 1 of Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (LTA 1987) does not apply where the freehold is held by a resident landlord. LTA 1987, s 58(2) a tenant has a resident landlord where:

  1. the premises let form

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