Who defines "suitable floor coverings" in lease?

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    #16
    Who defines "suitable floor coverings" in lease?

    People who have never lived in a leasehold flat clearly!

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      #17
      To all who commented on this thread: due to my upstairs neighbour's decision to install a tiled floor — despite being required by his lease to provide "carpets, or such other suitable floor coverings" — I am being driven nuts by noise from above. We are both leaseholders with a shared ownership housing association. There is the added complication that the owner has sublet the flat, and there's a tenant in there. Something as innocent as a chair being moved is torturing me, and so far as I can see, the tenant is just living his life. Every movement results in impact noise transmission, and I'm going round the bend.

      Does anyone know how I can get the terms of my neighbour's lease enforced? Legally, who or what can compel my tenant to remove the tiles?

      Any insights would be truly welcomed, before I lose my mind!

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        #18
        You need to start your own thread rather than adding onto a zombie thread.

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