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    Hi,
    Am about to buy a flat with a 72 years lease. This is a conversion flat. I'bve been told that the price of the lease extension is £12,000 for a £200,000 value flat. is that price for the flat or for the all house ? as it's a conversion house with 2 flats. So do I have to pay £12,000 on my own or share it with the other owner. if so waht's going on if he dosen't want to pay for it...
    tks for your help.

    Remy

    #2
    Dear Remy,

    I believe you today contacted me about this by email. I have now sent you a Lease Extension Valuation Pack (also by email).

    Kind regards,


    CORINNE TUPLIN
    DIRECTOR
    PRO-LEAGLE

    www.proleagle.com
    Last edited by Corinne Tuplin; 12-09-2006, 09:25 AM.
    CORINNE TUPLIN
    SOLICITOR
    PRO-LEAGLE
    www.proleagle.com

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    Please note that any comments made are personal opinion and do not constitute legal advice.

    For Service Charge Disputes, you may wish to use Pro-Leagle's online Service Charge Dispute Analyser: http://www.proleagle.com/servicecharges.htm

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      #3
      Originally posted by Corinne Tuplin View Post
      Dear Remy,

      I believe you today contacted me about this by email. I have now sent you a Lease Extension Valuation Pack (also by email).

      Kind regards,


      CORINNE TUPLIN
      SOLICITOR
      TOPIC EXPERT


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      I have just read you advice and wondered whether you could also send me the Lease Extension Valuation Pack. My email is sweetcharity@btinternet.com
      Mnay thanks

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