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    Could you advise please?

    In the process of lease extension of one flat I bought recently. It has the full title guarantee. However, my solicitor informs me that Section 57(8)(b) of the 1993 Act only obliges the Landlord to provide limited guarantee as opposed to full guarantee with respect to the conveyance. So the new lease only has limited guarantee and the solicitor states that that is not negotiable due to Section 57(8)(b) of the 1993 Act and the guarantees given are virtually identical in any event.

    I just wonder if anyone else had experienced this when you did your lease extension. Should I insist to get the full title guarantee from the landlord as it originally has?

    Thanks in advance.

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