In a nutshell, yes, the freeholder will.
In addition, the freeholder would have had to give consent to any
transfer, if ever you came to sell the property and this would have cropped up
In the lease, it is usual for there to be no requirement on a landlord
to demand the rent or insurance and is and it is an obligation of the
tenant/leaseholder to volunteer the payments. I appreciate that you cannot
volunteer the payments unless you know what they are in respect of the insurer
and is but nonetheless, that is the situation.
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