Valuing premises shares

Q: Our partnership has an agreement that covers what happens to a partner's premises share if they die, retire or are expelled. The continuing partners must buy out that partner's share at 20 times the annual share of notional rent, or for another amount that is agreed by all parties. One partner wishes to sell their share while continuing at the practice. How would you advise us to proceed?

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