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  • Reply to Freehold purchase with flats
    by Johno_c
    leaseholder64
    Sorry to bump this,
    Do you think the above is about right? Please feel free to comment.
    Cheers
    15-11-2019, 15:38 PM
  • Freehold purchase with flats
    by Johno_c
    Hi All,

    This is my first post :-)
    I found this forum whilst I was googling about freehold insurance and thought I would ask you guys for opinions about my purchase.

    So I'm in the process of buying a detached house (built 1911) consisting 2 flats with separate entrances...
    23-10-2019, 22:22 PM
  • Reply to Freehold purchase with flats
    by Johno_c
    Thanks leaseholder64 that is very useful information.

    So a couple of hypothetical situations: and I will make LOTS of assumptions that are most probably wrong.

    Lets say that I have perfectly good freeholder buildings insurance.

    The ground floor flat takes down...
    06-11-2019, 22:19 PM
  • Reply to Freehold purchase with flats
    by leaseholder64
    The lease is only void if:

    1) The freeholder gets a ruling from the FTT that there has been a breach; abd

    2) The freeholder then issues a notice of forfeiture; and

    3) The leaseholder either doesn't seek relief from the courts or the courts don't grant relief....
    05-11-2019, 11:53 AM
  • Reply to Freehold purchase with flats
    by Johno_c
    Thanks again, I appreciate your effort and time and take your point about seeking professional advice. I do like to try and do my own research and have my own understanding of things and this is why I'm asking you guys these questions, many minds are better that one :-)

    I did get the gist...
    05-11-2019, 10:58 AM
  • Reply to Listed Building Consent
    by JamesHopeful
    The interior is listed even though it isn't mentioned: "While some entries will make no reference to the interior, unless it is expressly excluded, it is covered by the listing and may be significant." https://historicengland.org.uk/listi...-list-entries/

    ...
    04-11-2019, 21:52 PM
  • Listed Building Consent
    by Cheekster
    I’m in a process of buying a flat inside a grade 2 listed building. The process was going fine until I noticed the floor plan in the lease doesn’t match up with the current floor plan in real life. I can see that there has been structural changes made the flat in the past. Our solicitor has questioned...
    01-11-2019, 14:44 PM
  • Reply to Listed Building Consent
    by Cheekster
    The description online mentions nothing about the interiors inside the building, does it means the inside of the building is not protected and there’s no consent needed to do internal changes in future? We also want to update the floor plan in the lease agreement. Do we do this after the purchase...
    04-11-2019, 14:23 PM
  • Reply to Listed Building Consent
    by Tipper
    You can search the listing records to find out which parts of the building are listed. As said it may only be the outside appearance or could be some particular features both externally and internally. The listing will describe what they have listed.

    https://historicengland.org.uk/list...
    04-11-2019, 11:16 AM
  • Reply to Freehold purchase with flats
    by vmart
    Dear John

    In brief, the clause requires the freeholder to take out buildings insurance with a reputable insurer for the full reinstatement value that must meet the requirements of the Council of Mortgage Lenders. It provides latitude for the freeholder to insure against any other risk in...
    04-11-2019, 10:09 AM
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