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Can a number of leaseholders make a joint application to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) for all the leases in the building to be varied?

If a sufficient number of the parties to a lease wish to make a variation they can do so by a joint application to a First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber). The applicants must show that all of the leases within the building must be varied to achieve the purpose of the proposed variation. Where the application concerns less than nine leases, then all (or all but one) of the parties concerned must consent to it. Where the application concerns more than eight leases, it must not be opposed by more than 10% of the parties concerned and at least 75% of them must consent to it. For these purposes the landlord shall constitute one of the parties concerned.

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