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4. The matters referred to in regulation 10(2)(e) are—
(a)the terms of the commonhold community statement that will or is expected to apply in relation to the property interest once it has been registered as a freehold estate in commonhold land; and
(b)estimates of the payment or financial contribution likely to be required of the unit-holder within 12 months of completion of the sale of the property interest towards—
(iii)insurance against damage for the common parts (if not to be included in contributions towards commonhold assessment); and
(iv)insurance for any person in respect of personal injury or death caused by or within the common parts (if not to be included in contributions towards commonhold assessment).
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