Extending a leasehold property

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    Extending a leasehold property

    Hi - I have a share of freehold ground floor flat as part of a converted house which we have extended. The two flats in the house each have long reciprocal leases. Do I need to update the demise of the lease to show the new extent of the ground floor flat, and if so, what’s the simplest and quickest way to do this?

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    Are you saying one or two flats have been extended ? You need to update the demise or the next buyer may not be able get a mortgage loan.

    I would expect the "property title" held by Land Registry ( for the G/F flat ? ) to mention the extention was added in 2020 and the associated site plan will require amending to include the larger demised area. I suggest you buy a copy of the property title and site plan from Land Registry Online ( cost £3 each by credit card ) to download to your desktop computer. Make a photo copy and mark out the change to the demise and check the proposed changes with Land Registry Office ( for your town or city ) first .

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