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Is my HA my landlord? And does it matter

Article contributed by Zahrah Aullybocus   Shared ownership schemes aresometimes delivered via complex ownership arrangements. In the first in a three-part series, Consultant Solicitor, Zahrah Aullybocus, discusses landlords and ownership structures.   Is the housing association always the landlord? “The terms ‘freeholder’ and ‘landlord’ are sometimes used interchangeably. A freeholder owns the freehold of a building. This means they own both the building and the land the building is on. The housing association is the landlord. And sometimes the housing…

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