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Do you have title deeds for a lodge on a site where you pay

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Do you have title deeds for a lodge on a site where you pay site fees?
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No, typically, you will have a lease of the plot on which the lodge is built. You will not have a right of ownership. A lease would generally be for 20-30 years and will contain the various terms and conditions of occupancy.
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