Simply put, no. Whilst the phrase itself does derive from Latin origins, that is as flamboyant as it gets and it translates to “let the buyer beware”. It applies to all property transactions, which are contractual agreements....
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What is leasehold enfranchisement?
Enfranchisement enables the tenant of a property usually a house that is held on a long term lease to acquire the freehold of that property.
This is not limited to acquiring the house, the tenant can also be entitled to acquiring the premises which could include a garage, outhouse or garden.