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  • solicitor's undertaking
    leelee758
    I am in the middle of extending my lease.
    The landlord's solicitor has written to my solicitor to ask for an undertaking of his fee which I will be paying.
    The landlord's solicitor has reveal the amount of fee I will be paying to him to my solicitor. Is this a normal procedure?
    Is...
    13-10-2017, 13:01 PM
  • Reply to solicitor's undertaking
    Lorimer
    Yes, this is perfectly normal procedure. And it may be enough for you to write an email to your solicitor to pay the Landlord's fee although your solicitor will probably ask for an 'on account' payment from you before starting any work on the matter. This would normally be requested within your solicitor's...
    13-10-2017, 18:44 PM
  • Reply to solicitor's undertaking
    KTC
    If you have a lawyer acting for you in this matter, ask your lawyer........... that's what they're there for.
    13-10-2017, 13:05 PM
  • Freeholder Notice of charge fee for Remortgage
    Tade
    Hi,

    I'm hoping that someone with knowledge of leaseholds and remortgage fees will be able to help and advise :-)

    I am in the process of remortgaging (changing lender) a flat that is leasehold.

    The my new lender's solicitor has asked the freeholder whether there...
    11-10-2017, 20:52 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder Notice of charge fee for Remortgage
    Tade
    Thank you for your replies.

    I don't have a solicitor. The legal company is acting on behalf of the lender, and so I have assumed it is down to me to try to negotiate with the lessee.


    I've also reviewed the lease and it states the following:


    "The...
    12-10-2017, 20:59 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder Notice of charge fee for Remortgage
    Tipper
    If your solicitor had read the lease...then he would have known how much to send!

    Now he has to send a letter telling the freeholder that he is only entitled to the fee shown in the lease which, of course, he will charge you for...
    12-10-2017, 11:58 AM
  • Reply to Freeholder Notice of charge fee for Remortgage
    leaseholder64
    Looks like £6.30 to me. Whilst inflation has probably made that worthless, the amount that is being asked for is far too much for what is basically recording who to try and recover service charge defaults from.
    11-10-2017, 21:28 PM
  • Advice required.
    Stefluc
    Hello all,
    I have just joined this group in the hope that someone might be able to point me in the right direction of correct advice/ procedure,It is anything but straight forward and is a little long winded,so,if I may start at the beginning, this might let you understand what has been happening....
    07-10-2017, 17:41 PM
  • Reply to Advice required.
    Kape65
    The only other way is to buy them out first. Why did it go to probate, isn't that what the executors for?
    09-10-2017, 17:01 PM
  • Discrepancy between my conveyance plan and Land Registry Title Plan
    Bob W
    Hi,

    My conveyance and title deed documents show clearly the boundaries of my property. However, the Land Registry Title Plan excludes a strip of land to my southern and eastern boundaries. I have enjoyed Factual Possession of the 'excluded' land for over thirty years and this is not disputed...
    09-10-2017, 14:52 PM
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