It is quite usual for demised premises to be part of a larger building, such as a flat in a block, a shop in a shopping precinct, or an industrial unit on an industrial estate. In these circumstances, ownership of the common parts will remain with the freeholder, who may be the original developer or an assignee from him. He will be responsible for repairs and maintenance of the common parts, and in some cases, the provision of services for the tenants.
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