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Land Registration Act 2002

Lease of franchise or manor

220.Paragraph 4 applies when a lease of more than seven years is granted out of a franchise or a manor and paragraph 5 to any shorter lease of such property. For a lease of more than seven years, the register must show the person to whom the lease was granted (or any person who has acquired the estate from him) as proprietor of the lease. In addition, and whatever the length of the lease, the register relating to the landlord’s estate must contain a notice that the registered estate is now subject to the lease.

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