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    Share of freehold query

    Hi

    Does anyone own a share of the freehold with one other person and if so what is the best arrangement to have for paying the building's insurance / dealing with maintenance/repairs. We are probably going to hold the freehold as individuals rather than as a company.

    Thank you for any advice you might have.

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    Hi

    Please refer to the following post: https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...ad-in!-part-1=

    Best wishes

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