Chain free property implicitly means freehold?

Avatardeleted652512
Posted 31st Dec 2009
I was looking up what chain free means via google and I found that it basically means: "Buying a property chain-free means there is only one buyer and one seller involved so all the negotiations are much simpler than in a long chain"

I was wondering, since it is said that only the buyer and seller is involved in the sale - does this mean that the property would be freehold?
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