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  • Reply to Notice fee
    by Section20z
    The question of the fee is invariably asked with the standard LPE1 enquiries and therefore comes as no surprise and there is no justification for subsequently not paying it. The example I gave above referred to an auction purchase where a foolish purchaser failed their due diligence....
    09-04-2020, 17:35 PM
  • Notice fee
    by Paulsen
    I am remortgaging my flat and the solicitor has sent a letter to the freeholder asking for a notice fee. I have done it directly to the freeholder and not the MA as we both are in dispute with the old MA and are doing a joint complaint. She probably wouldn’t know how much to ask for and I asked my...
    04-04-2020, 15:14 PM
  • Reply to Notice fee
    by Lawcruncher
    If you ask the freeholder what his fee is there is no obligation to respond. You do not though want to be asking. Just get on and serve the notice and (a) if the fee is fixed pay the amount specified; (b) if a minimum fee is specified pay the minimum; (c) if a reasonable fee is specified send £10; (d)...
    09-04-2020, 15:35 PM
  • Reply to Notice fee
    by Paulsen
    Can the Freeholder ignore the request of a notice fee? What happens if they don’t respond?
    09-04-2020, 13:53 PM
  • Freeholder requesting 'license fee' for AST
    by RHibbert
    I own a leasehold flat which is renedt out on an AST and my freeholder is constantly finding new ways in which to nickle and dime us leaseholders for extra costs. The latest is a 'Subletting Licence' for which an annual rent of £48.00 is charged. The freeholder cites a clause in my lease relating
    ...
    06-04-2020, 15:34 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder requesting 'license fee' for AST
    by Paulsen
    Hi my lease is similar, would the fee be payable every time you get a new tenant? Does it have to be requested by the freeholder?
    09-04-2020, 13:45 PM
  • Reply to Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Lawcruncher
    • Even though there will be no increase in value of the property following this work, would the Freeholder be entitled to still ask me for money in exchange for permission?

    Since the lease says that you must not make alterations without consent, the consent must not be unreasonably withheld....
    09-04-2020, 10:17 AM
  • Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Sharon
    Hello, I would like to remove a non-load-bearing stud wall in my flat. It will change the layout inasmuch as I will be stealing some of the space from my entrance hall and creating a larger living room as a result. So no real increase in value of the property as a result, just a matter of taste....
    08-04-2020, 15:46 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder requesting 'license fee' for AST
    by jpkeates
    Could be - it would make sense....
    09-04-2020, 09:48 AM
  • Reply to Freeholder requesting 'license fee' for AST
    by MdeB
    I thought there was a judgement that such charges could be increased in line with inflation even if the lease did not provide for it.
    (sorry, no reference, just recalling, maybe imperfectly, replies to a thread in the last couple of years)....
    09-04-2020, 09:22 AM
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