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    I have a flat that I rent out that I have found out is subject to a doubling ground rent clause. I have the chance to get a deed variation but it's going to cost me double the amount of someone who lives in their property to get the variation (£4k!!) Is this something that is tax deductible?

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    What is the actual wording on "starting ground rent" and "frequency of increase" and "permitted increase" in your lease ?

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