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    where can get a copy of my lease hold?, could somebody help me?

    #2
    Dear Senora,

    Do you mean where can you get hold of a copy of your Lease?

    You can obtain a copy of your lease via the Land Registry. The website details are www.landregistry.gov.uk. Perhaps you could contact them and they will advise further.

    Best wishes,

    CORINNE TUPLIN
    SOLICITOR
    PRO-LEAGLE
    www.proleagle.com
    CORINNE TUPLIN
    SOLICITOR
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      #3
      is somebody there? this is the firt time I use a forum!

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        #4
        Thank you very much CORINNE

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          #5
          Originally posted by Corinne Tuplin View Post
          Dear Senora,

          Do you mean where can you get hold of a copy of your Lease?

          You can obtain a copy of your lease via the Land Registry. The website details are www.landregistry.gov.uk. Perhaps you could contact them and they will advise further.

          Best wishes,

          CORINNE TUPLIN
          SOLICITOR
          PRO-LEAGLE
          www.proleagle.com
          Correct if leasehold is registered. Many are but some aren't yet.
          But it can be expensive at £10 or £20. You as leaseholder should have all deeds inc. lease (unless property is mortgaged- lender would then usually have them, but might provide copy free or at least cheaper than HM Land Registry).
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          2. Telephone advice: see http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=34638.
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