County Court Procedure - Determination of Breach

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    County Court Procedure - Determination of Breach

    Re my previous posts Getting the Leaseholders to follow their lease.

    I am at the point of getting the Solicitor to go to Court to determine the Breach.

    What procedure do they follow? or is that up to themselves?

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    Why go down the county court route. Consider making an apllication under Section 168(4) ofd the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 to the LVT. The application is made by letter setting out various points (Govt advisory service LEASE) will advise you on the points needed. It costs nothing to make the application. There can be no order as to costs. Their determination will enable you to issue a Section 146 Notice after 4 days of their decision (if found in your favour of course). Does not apply to service charge or ground rent arrears or disputes.

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