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The fact that there are only 2 flats is not necessarily a problem but if more than 25% of the internal floor area of the building, excluding any common parts, is neither used or intended to be used purposes then the building will not qualify.
And also there is no right of collective enfranchisement where: the building is a conversion into four or fewer flats; and not a purpose-built block; and the same person has owned the freehold since before the conversion of the building into flats; and he or an adult member of his family has lived there past 12 months