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Not even the Supreme Court can overturn a watertight lease

Picture an idyllic Welsh valley containing a holiday park, scattered throughout which are individual chalets.

All of the long-term tenants of these chalets agreed to pay a service charge which would be used to meet the landlord's expenses in maintaining the park. To read more on how a couple of errant words in a contract could spell disaster down the line, go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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