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  • Not quite another water leak question.
    Shreeve
    So today it was discovered there is a leak in our kitchen, directly above our window. I did some investigating and found a possible source, which appears to be a crack on the outside of the building, but above where our ceiling ends and above where our upstairs neighbors kitchen floor begins. The problem...
    16-03-2019, 15:46 PM
  • Reply to Not quite another water leak question.
    Shreeve
    I'm not the freeholder. I only own the house I currently live in. I tried contacting the letting agent, but that was on Saturday and I'm calling Monday. I had another look and noticed on the roof there are a few tiles loose above where the leak is, so I'm assuming that is the responsibility of everyone...
    17-03-2019, 22:43 PM
  • Reply to Not quite another water leak question.
    jpkeates
    I'd start with the letting agent - they're possibly in touch with the estate.
    17-03-2019, 11:52 AM
  • Reply to Not quite another water leak question.
    Jon66
    The trustees aka executors of the will hold ownership of the property. If no will the property will be subject to intestacy rules. Check the probate office for the name of the owner as a will is in the public domain and it will also name the trustees who won'tbe difficult to find once you have their...
    16-03-2019, 20:49 PM
  • Reply to Not quite another water leak question.
    buzzard1994
    Someone still owns that flat.You need to try and find out who and ask them to check for leaks - although if the place is empty the water is probably off and then you are looking at possible rainwater penetration.Are you the freeholder?
    16-03-2019, 18:48 PM
  • Insurance/charity
    Forever Forest
    Does anyone know of any insurance companies who offer LL cover if the property is leased to a charity?

    Many thanks in advance.
    25-01-2019, 18:19 PM
  • Reply to Insurance/charity
    leonaph
    I though it sounded a good idea when my agent said a charity was interested in renting my house, to house single mothers and I just let him get on with it. But now I've probably fallen foul of my insurance company.
    I did not realize I was entering into a lease, Did not see the lease as the agent...
    14-03-2019, 16:40 PM
  • Policy details
    michelle230
    Hi on my insurance policy it states a 50% uplift. My understanding is that means insuring for 50% increase for inflation (in ONE year) for a potential rebuild!
    Have I understood this correctly and is this just yet another way to inflate the premiums?
    50%???
    Thanks
    Michelle
    05-03-2019, 14:53 PM
  • Reply to Policy details
    michelle230
    Hi thanks for taking time to reply.
    Yes - it does say in the lease that the freeholders have the right to insure.
    However I spoke to the Lease Advisory Service and they said I only need to be insured for what it says in my lease. Therefore expecting me to insure their hundreds of riskier...
    08-03-2019, 11:49 AM
  • Water escape liability question - managing agent and / or owner?
    catew
    Hi, first post here and really hope someone can help!

    Three months ago there was water escape from the top flat that went through two others and then amassed in my ground floor flat. The owner was impossible to get hold of but I got a plumber to stop the leak and make a temporary repair....
    05-03-2019, 12:40 PM
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