Can I amend S42 notice - Help!

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    Can I amend S42 notice - Help!

    I am considering buying a flat with a 52 year kease for £330k yet the seller has put £100k in S42 notice ie fst too higjh They want to assign to me but can it be withdrawn even though seller put 10pct down?

    Thankd

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