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    Buy a leasehold flat in London, the Freehold is owned by a property trust. Trouble?

    Flat is (2 flat house conversion). Thanks! The company are Grainger PLC.

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    You need a good solicitor to check over the lease and to obtain last 3 years accounts.

    What is the general state of the building - a survey is beneficial.

    Why is the vendor moving?

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      #3
      Originally posted by browbotham View Post
      Flat is (2 flat house conversion). Thanks! The company are Grainger PLC.
      No problem with them - responsible and have traded for many years

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