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  • Reply to Leasehold remortgage
    by LC4OA
    A reserve fund is for major works and is provided for in the lease. However, agents are trying to take £1500 for a contingency fund which they say covers risk assessments and surveys although assessments/surveys that have been undertaken have also been demanded under separate headings in service charge....
    25-01-2020, 23:31 PM
  • Leasehold remortgage
    by LC4OA
    I’m in the process of remortgaging my leasehold property. I’m in dispute with the managing agents over historic section 20 notice of intention failures for two sets of major works and for me not paying into a contingency fund, for which there is no provision in my lease. The arrears equal £3k....
    25-01-2020, 17:06 PM
  • Reply to Help - Loft Demise - Lease - Trespassing??
    by Mrmckenzie74
    ​​​​Are you sure on above, as Lawcruncher usually says if the hatch is in your flat, the loft belongs to you ( which I always disagree with.)

    - Apologies, I said freeholder instead of leaseholder...

    Regarding a hatch in your ceiling - where else can it be put. Build...
    25-01-2020, 22:54 PM
  • Help - Loft Demise - Lease - Trespassing??
    by Mrmckenzie74
    Hi all!

    Hope you're all well?

    I'm new here so I hope you don't mind my direct approach.
    I may be in a bit of a pickle and could really do with a bit of advice on the following...

    Snap shot:

    Top floor flat

    Purpose built maisonettes...
    24-01-2020, 16:51 PM
  • Section 20 Major Works: undisclosed connection between landlord and winning bidder
    by AB2017
    Hi, our landlord is running a section 20 consultation for a major works contract. He obtained three quotes, one very high, the second very slightly cheaper and the third very low. The third was disqualified, purportedly on the grounds that they must have misunderstood the job. The second bidder has...
    25-01-2020, 22:33 PM
  • Reply to Getting rid of a build in wardrobe
    by scot22
    As a general rule I say always ask. Then you have been open and that should avoid any future problem. For any situation good communication is beneficial. If you ask before exchanging contracts and there are any issues you are forewarned and possibly negotiate price reduction.
    25-01-2020, 22:23 PM
  • Getting rid of a build in wardrobe
    by annaV
    Hi all,

    I am in the process of buyig a leasefold flat (110 years remaining). The master bedroom has a build in wardrobe, which is shown on the footprint. The flat has a second box room, which I intend turning into a walk-in closet as I live on my own and have plenty of things I need to...
    25-01-2020, 14:12 PM
  • Reply to Leasehold remortgage
    by AndrewDod
    What's the difference between a reserve fund (which you say you paid) and a contingency fund (which you say is not provided for in lease)?

    Who else paid for stuff - we presume the other lessees in the building are out of pocket somehow?

    What timescale -- was this 10 years ago,...
    25-01-2020, 20:57 PM
  • Directors Appointment and change of registered address
    by ZIGGYVIGGY
    Sequence of events:

    2 directors ( both leaseholders) incorporated an RTM. RTM application was made successfully with support of 51 percent lease holders back in 2016

    1. Freeholders managing agent was asked to leave. At this point reserves held were £55k and service charge...
    12-01-2020, 16:46 PM
  • Reply to Directors Appointment and change of registered address
    by ZIGGYVIGGY
    Mr.Soffit thanks again for the elaborate email and apologies for a delayed response.
    We are still waiting for the bank to revert. They say the new mandate is being processes. If the bank sorts this out in the next few days that will save us from pain of going thru setting up another account....
    25-01-2020, 20:33 PM
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