I could. But then I'd own the garden, but not the house, and if my situation changed and I had to move, I'd have to sell the garden separately.|
Suppose I could, but not sure if that could get messy?
See I wanted the landlord to tie the cost to his mortgage, then it'd be a neater deal, legal wise and then I can potter to my hearts content
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