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Leasehold (Enlargement and Extension) Act (Northern Ireland) 1971

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.General right to acquire fee simple or to obtain extension of lease.

  3. 2.Notice of intention to acquire fee simple or to obtain grant of an extended lease.

  4. 3.Conveyance of fee simple.

  5. 4.Notice requiring information.

  6. 5.Provisions in relation to parties to conveyance of fee simple.

  7. 6.Liability for costs in relation to acquisition of fee simple.

  8. 7.Power to discontinue acquisition of fee simple or grant of extension of lease.

  9. 8.General right to apportionment of rent.

  10. 9.Notice of intention to have rent apportioned.

  11. 10.Apportionment of rent.

  12. 11.Provisions in relation to parties to apportionment of rent.

  13. 12.Liability for costs in relation to apportionment of rent.

  14. 13.Right to discontinue application for apportionment of rent.

  15. 14.Determination of purchase price of fee simple.

  16. 15.Provisions with respect to acquisition of fee simple or grant of extension in respect of sub-leases.

  17. 16.Discharge of mortgages on lessor's estate.

  18. 17.General provisions in relation to extension of leases.

  19. 18.Terms of extension of lease.

  20. 19.Restrictions on right to extension of lease or to acquire fee simple.

  21. 20.Compensation for loss of right to extension of lease or to acquire fee simple.

  22. 21.Application of capital money under Settled Land Acts.

  23. 22.Right of lessee to continue in occupation.

  24. 23.Provisions as to persons under disability etc. who are bound to grant extension of leases.

  25. 24.Determination of disputes by Lands Tribunal.

  26. 25.Assistance of Commissioner of Valuation to Lands Tribunal.

  27. 26.Provisions as to mortgages.

  28. 27.Saving for National Trust.

  29. 28.Continuance of certain covenants affecting fee simple acquired under Act.

  30. 29.Avoidance of certain contracts.

  31. S. 30 rep. by 1996 NI 5

  32. 31.Offences.

  33. 32.Regulations.

  34. 33.Interpretation.

  35. 34.Short title and commencement.

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