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(a)the names and addresses of—
(i)the current lessor or proposed lessor;
(ii)such managing agents as are appointed or proposed for appointment by the lessor to manage the property; and
(iii)such other persons as manage or are likely to manage the property;
(b)such amendments as are proposed to the following—
(i)the lease; and
(ii)the regulations or rules described in paragraph 1(1)(b); and
(c)where section 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985(1) applies to any qualifying works or qualifying long term agreement in respect of the property, a summary of—
(i)such works or agreements in relation to which a relevant contribution (or any part of a relevant contribution) has not been paid by the first point of marketing;
(ii)the total or estimated total cost of such works or agreements;
(iii)the expected remaining relevant contribution of a lessee of the property;
(iv)the date or estimated date that such works or agreements will be concluded; and
(v)the date or estimated date that the remaining relevant contribution will be required of a lessee of the property.
(2) The information required by sub-paragraph (1) is only that which the seller can reasonably be expected to be aware of, taking into account the enquiries that it would be reasonable to make of—
(a)the lessee (unless the seller is the lessee); and
(b)the persons described in paragraph 1(1)(b)(i) and their predecessors (if any).
Section 20 is substituted by section 151 of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.
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