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    "proviso that vendors and their successors in title should be at liberty to vary or modify in any way such restrictions and stipulations to sell remainder of said estate or any part thereof free from all such restrictions and stipulations"

    this is in my lease - I'm struggling to understand, is anyone able to maybe break it down for me?

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    It means that any restrictions in your lease will not necessarily be imposed on your neighbours.


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