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You cannot merge 2 separate titles which are not geographically next to each other and in any event, you could not merge properties in Glasgow and Middlesbrough because it’s two completely separate legal systems.
All you need to do is transfer properties into the limited company and then, when you sell the limited company the properties go along with it.
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