One Building or two for RTM?

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    One Building or two for RTM?

    Can someone tell me how its possible to establish whether this is one building to two buildings for the purposes of RTM.

    The original block (right hand side) was built in the 1930's and an extension (new block) was built on the side and is connected by cement.

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    Not something I can claim any expertise in, but IIRC the test is whether or not they could be vertically severed and still be different buildings.

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      #3
      Two detached buildings ( block of flats ) would require 2 RTM companies with 50% support from leaseholders in each building.

      But when two buildings are joined together and controlled under one service charge account, I would expect one RTM should apply.

      But you can send an enquiry to the legal advisor at LEASE ( www.lease-advice.org) to clarify if one RTM can do ..

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