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Does the leaseholder of a house have to personally sign a claim notice for lease extension or freehold purchase under the Leasehold Reform Act 1967?

A notice under the 1967 Act can be signed personally by the leaseholder or by someone else authorised on their behalf to do so such as a solicitor, or a person given the right to do so under a formal Power of Attorney.

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