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Right to accommodation for life
A right to accommodation for life provides a right to security of tenure. It enables a person to continue to live in a property that they regard as their principal home, on an ongoing and permanent basis, until they die or choose to leave. This right is distinct from, and does not require, a share of legal ownership of the property, and may arise from arrangements such as a granny flat agreement or through a will.
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