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  • Retrospective consent being asked for from the Directors by our Management Company
    peachtree
    We have been asked as a Directors on two separate occasions to give our retrospective consent on items that the purchaser Solicitors (of one flat) want clarification on regarding the Lease on behalf of the new owners. The items as such are consent for new windows, the actual purchase of & consent...
    19-11-2017, 13:46 PM
  • Reply to Retrospective consent being asked for from the Directors by our Management Company
    Gordon999
    Ram ,

    You must have been over working in your daytime job and missed seeing OP's question in post No. 1 which is asking "how to charge the purchase solicitor for giving retrospective consent ?" .

    "Not consented at the time" means work done without...
    22-11-2017, 23:58 PM
  • Share of the freehold issues.
    Djswift
    Good Morning all.
    i have always beena reader and this is my first post on here.

    Ok so in 2007 i bought ground floor flat as my first place and ww were told it was share of the freehold.
    There are only 2 flats as its a house conversion.

    So my undertanding was the...
    21-09-2017, 08:20 AM
  • Reply to Share of the freehold issues.
    leaseholder64
    The ground rent should not be mixed with the service charge. It is money that really belongs to the company, and appears on its statutory accounts.

    You should bill yourself, as it is not really you that is billing you.
    22-11-2017, 23:53 PM
  • Reply to Share of the freehold issues.
    Djswift
    Thanks for responding.
    I should have been more clear in what I was trying to say. I need to implement a service charge seeing I will have the whole freehold. It is what my solicitor advised. It is not based on the spur of the moment. A service charge will happen whether upstairs like it or not....
    22-11-2017, 23:14 PM
  • freeholder breach of lease
    sdm038
    Evening all! I have reached a stalemate situation with my freeholder in regard to gaining consent for alterations. ie building an extension, which would involve taking out supporting walls and building into the garden. In theory they have agreed to the work, but are of the opinion I need to 'buy the...
    21-11-2017, 18:26 PM
  • Reply to freeholder breach of lease
    AndrewDod
    No one here is being remotely rude to you. Nor are they being unhelpful. They are stating straightforward facts which you are choosing to ignore....
    22-11-2017, 22:02 PM
  • does section 20 apply
    belvedere
    I own a flat which has RTM, we appointed a local company to manage ( always reliable they managed other blocks where we own flats) they have now been bought by RGM. On checking the accounts I discovered they have a roof survey done which cost £2800 and £185 scaffold hire, they did not consult...
    22-11-2017, 12:18 PM
  • Reply to does section 20 apply
    belvedere
    We are definitely terminating contract, not very happy when found out that RGM had taken over knew they were a problem . W are going to check over our agreement and then take matter further. Its about time there was better clarification with S20. i am sure RGM looked at reserve fund and decided they...
    22-11-2017, 18:14 PM
  • Reply to freeholder breach of lease
    ram
    Your lease is to inhabit the flat for the term of the lease.

    The garden is leased to use as a garden in your lease.

    You are leasing the garden as a garden, not as a habitable area.

    You will not be "buying" part of the garden, you will be changing the
    ...
    22-11-2017, 18:12 PM
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