The answer is yes. Company share flats work differently to other property purchases which you may have come across previously.
Instead of taking title to the land, you are purchasing shares in a company. The company owns the property and as a shareholder you are granted rights to live in the flat, known as occupation rights.
There are a lot of lengthy documents to get through such as the Occupation Licence, the Company Constitution and Company minutes. These documents can often be difficult to navigate.
So, what do you need to look for? What do you need to know?