GP Landlord

Q: I have left a GP practice where I was a partner. I own 49 per cent of the surgery, and my former partners own 51 per cent. I bought my share with a 100 per cent mortgage and the lender has no legal charge over the property. If I do not sell my share, can I charge rent for it? Property prices have dropped so if I sell to my former partners, can I be paid at least the value of what I owe to the bank?

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