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    Freehold sale.

    I would like to know if I have right to first refusal on the freehold of the property I own a lease in, I bought the flat with a ninety nine year lease, the occupants in the other apartment did likewise, after a number of years the freeholder put the freehold up for sale, both myself and the other tenant put in a bid to buy the freehold, because of an incompetent solicitor the other tenant somehow ended up with the freehold, The years passed and I was in a position to extend my lease, so my lease has got over a hundred and fifty years to run, Now the freeholder has died and left the property to his family who have sold the property on with a new lease plus the freehold to what I suspect is a property developer, the property is a semi detached three story building split into a two bedroom ground floor flat and a two floor maisonette with four to five bedrooms with full planning permission, I would like to know if I have again lost out on the freehold and can the new freeholder/leaseholder alter the maisonette to a number of flats going against the stipulations in my lease. Thank you.

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    This guide will explain your situation :

    https://www.lease-advice.org/fact-sh...first-refusal/

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