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A person who has title to enforce a real burden (the “entitled person”) may require any person who, at any time, was an owner of the burdened property (the “second person”) to disclose to the entitled person—
(a)the name and address of the owner, for the time being, of such property; or
(b)(if the second person cannot do that) such other information as the second person has which might enable the entitled person to discover that name and address.
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