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Breakthrough in leasehold scandal as Countryside buys back freeholds

Published on Monday 7th of August 2017 03:58:18 PM in Guardian

Hopes of a breakthrough for householders trapped in the leasehold scandal are rising after a major developer agreed to buy back some freeholds and axe ground rent clauses.Countryside Properties, which sold some of the freeholds on its houses to the ground rent company E&J Estates, has ...

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