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Leaseholds on new-build houses in England to be banned
Builders are to be banned by the government from selling houses as leasehold in England and ground rents on flats could be cut to zero following widespread outrage over exploitative contracts.
Ending rip-off leases will not help the 1.2 million existing victims, admits ...  
Leaseholds on new-build houses could be banned in bid to end 'unjust' practices  
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