- An assignee of a reversion acquires the right to sue for breaches of covenants committed before the assignment as well, and thus the assignor loses that right. This right can be re-assigned in the contract for sale, so that the assignor of the reversion 'retains' (or rather, 'gets back') his right to sue for those breaches.
- the reversion provider will be passed on to the consumer in the reversion offer U4.8 Impact of shared appreciation or house price inflation guarantees if applicable U4.9 Terms and conditions common to HR contracts: 4.9.1 Rules of occupancy 4.9.2 Waivers and indemnities for residents other than reversion occupier 4.9.3 Vacating property
- n. 1) all land, structures, firmly attached and integrated equipment (such as light fixtures or a well pump), anything growing on the land, and all "interests" in the property, which may include...
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