Freehold reversion

When the lease term expires, the legal title to the property reverts back to the owner of the freehold. 

When we talk of buying the freehold reversionary interest in a property, this is usually where the leaseholder (often also the occupier) buys the freehold interest in the property, which can merge with the leasehold interest giving the owner an absolute freehold title.

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