The Law Commission’s proposals to “reinvigorate” commonhold, published over the summer, are of much interest to the property industry. They set out a vision whereby, if the government decides to do so, commonhold might become the only option for new developments – and, at the very least, measures are to be put in place to incentivise its use. The government’s other option, if it does implement the proposals, would be to make adoption of commonhold optional; in other words, to let the market decide. So, what should the government do if it gets that far?
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