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  • MartynSE5
    Opinion on advice to landlord from its agent
    by MartynSE5
    I am one of four directors of a limited company that owns a building where the company has 67 long leases, and the company's affairs are managed by an agent.

    Our agent asked for our approval to write an aggressive letter to our leaseholders, enforcing a particular covenant and threatening...
    14-12-2019, 20:18 PM
  • kennyrm
    Selling Lease to Freehold Ltd Company
    by kennyrm
    I own 3 of 4 flats (leases) in a building and am 75% shareholder in the Ltd Company that owns the freehold. My neighbour (who owns the other lease and 25%) wants to sell up. I am interested in buying. Can he sell his lease to the Ltd Company instead of me privately, making me 100% shareholder, and owner...
    14-12-2019, 19:50 PM
  • gkasus
    Help to understand letting agent contract termination clauses
    by gkasus
    I am a first time landlord. Appreciate anyone's help on the interpretation of the termination clauses for my fully managed let property. The tenancy agreement started in 2017 for 1 year and then went into periodic to now. Tenancy is still active.

    The current contract is quite explicit...
    14-12-2019, 18:24 PM
  • Lots on
    Agents’ fees increasing above the board
    by Lots on
    I rent a 3 bed flat to students via agents, fully managed. They take 11%. Just had the email saying that due to changes in the legislation they are passing their lost fees on to me. Specifically: letting fee £350 plus VAT, tenant referencing fee £50 +VAT per student. Inventory and check in £200+...
    14-12-2019, 15:29 PM
  • bigalxyz
    Problem with Service Charge Demands
    by bigalxyz
    Recently appointed director of RMC, self-managing for the first time. Having a problem recovering 2019H2 service charge (the 2019H2 demand was issued by the previous external property manager) from one leaseholder, who believes that the demand was not issued in accordance with the law but is refusing...
    14-12-2019, 14:13 PM
  • sarahbrowne
    Tenant has "sole right to use garden"? Different lease wording
    by sarahbrowne
    Hi,

    So we've been comparing our flat's lease with the leases of the above two properties... and they don't match. We have a ground floor mansion flat that backs onto a small fenced area/garden. The 2 flats above us in our block do not have direct access. The Freeholders have sent out letters...
    14-12-2019, 13:50 PM
  • MartynSE5
    18-month rule and invalid demands
    by MartynSE5
    I would appreciate opinions on this situation, please:


    - Demands for service charge and ground rent for 2018 were sent in December 2017
    - Delays in auditing accounts for 2018 caused the landlord's agent to send 20b notices in June 2019, predicting a £30k shortfall
    -...
    14-12-2019, 05:54 AM
  • bluemonday735
    Freeholder Issues
    by bluemonday735
    Hi.

    I am having trouble with a freeholder and the way things are being run in my building. It's all very complicated so I will try and stick to the bare bones.

    My block has 7 flats with one guy who is the majority sharer of freehold (not over 50%). I have one share.
    ...
    13-12-2019, 22:07 PM
  • Bobby Bakshi
    Mold in a flat
    by Bobby Bakshi
    New tenant moves, newly decorated flat. Now I have mold and she has involved the local council and wants compensation. I have been in an painted with anti-mold paint and had a Cedarcare round to advise and report. Council meeting me there next week on Tuesday so I can get the all clear on the work recommended....
    13-12-2019, 19:45 PM
  • Battered landlord
    rough cost of repairing a basin
    by Battered landlord
    Tenants have cracked a basin (it was new when they moved in). The damages outweigh the deposit I have. I got a quote of £200 for a new sink, including labour and disposal of old sink). They have asked how much to just repair it. Can anyone give me a rough idea? Thanks very much.
    13-12-2019, 19:42 PM
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