Enfranchisement: Room for reform

Natasha Rees reviews the most important enfranchisement cases of 2018 ‘The case confirms that there is no general proposition that a landlord can refuse consent to assign, alter or change the use of premises on the grounds that it might lead to enfranchisement and loss of the landlord’s interest.’ The government has been busy pursuing …
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