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Long Leases (Scotland) Act 2012

Section 32: Conversion where expressly enforceable by certain third parties

148.Sometimes the lease makes clear that, in addition to the landlord, the conditions (or some of them) are to be enforceable by neighbours, i.e. by the owners or tenants of other land. Without express provision the rights fall with the conditions themselves. This section therefore provides for the conversion of such conditions into real burdens.

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