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    Is it worth drawing up your own lease or leave it to a solicitor?

    #2
    Best to leave it to a solicitor, in my opinion. You can always give the solicitor an idea of the kind of things that you want to be included in the lease.

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      #3
      Do not draw up your own lease, as you wont have a clue.

      Simple as that.

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