This should have been given to you by your conveyancer when you purchased the property. Where there is a mortgage on the property it can be obtained from the mortgage lender. The Land registry will also hold a copy. Please note that an administration fee may be charged for providing a copy of the lease.
More information you might find useful:
- Land Registry (external link)
- More Frequently Asked Questions on Rights and Obligations under a Lease
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