The entirety criterion for the definition of ‘residential property’ means that a chargeable interest with some non-residential element will be classified as a non-residential transaction and will be taxed at the lower rates applicable to non-residential property. Some common examples are land estates with residential buildings and farmland, or a property comprising shop premises and living accommodation above.

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