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  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by sid1956
    First of all, you should not be stating or implying to anyone, least of all your landlord, that you have breached the lease. An admission of a breach saves the landlord the trouble of having to determine that a breach has occurred and has no benefit whatsoever to you.

    From your description...
    12-07-2020, 21:15 PM
  • I've breached my lease
    by pcuk1979
    Hi there. I hope someone can help me because I have been frantic with worry for 3 days now. This is a bit long!

    I bought a leasehold flat in July 2014. Since I've been here, I have done everything to it to bring it up to a modern acceptable standard. Note that the floorpan of the property...
    12-07-2020, 14:00 PM
  • Leaseholder refuses to pay into our bank account !?!?
    by rfph1
    Ok, the situation is this...

    I am a director of the freehold management company for a small block of flats (other directors being leaseholders like myself).

    Earlier this year we had some banking issues and changed from one of the big high street banks to an on-line bank....
    10-07-2020, 17:36 PM
  • Reply to Leaseholder refuses to pay into our bank account !?!?
    by rfph1
    thank you - the clarification on the need to accept cask is appreciated.

    I'm aware that Tide has issues, but so to did out high street bank (complaint made to financial ombudsman pending)
    12-07-2020, 18:40 PM
  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by pcuk1979
    Here's some more

    Comply with and observes such regulations as the Council may from time to time make for the benefit of the owners and occupiers of the said flats and in particular but without prejudice to the foregoing to comply with the regulations made at the date hereof and set out...
    12-07-2020, 15:58 PM
  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by Macromia
    For a start:
    1. Any clause that says that you have to keep floors carpeted, or can't have wooden floors.
    2. Any clause that states that you need inform the freeholder, and/or get freeholder's permission, for non structural alterations.
    3. Any clause that requires you not to do anything...
    12-07-2020, 15:24 PM
  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by pcuk1979
    I thought that ground floors only were allowed wooden floors.

    And you're right, if I was in my buyer's shoes, I would hate the guy who sold them a flat with clearly weakened soundproofing qualities. I mean, it wasn't great anyway, but it was liveable.

    What clauses should I...
    12-07-2020, 15:04 PM
  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by Macromia
    Rather than withdrawing from the sale, you could just inform the buyers solicitor that you initially answered these questions thinking that they referred only to structural changes, but would like to inform them of the work that you have done.
    It will then be up to the buyer whether they continue...
    12-07-2020, 15:03 PM
  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by pcuk1979
    I also have no Building Regulations certificates, even though I may have decreased the acoustic and thermal properties of the building.
    12-07-2020, 15:00 PM
  • Reply to I've breached my lease
    by Macromia
    Nothing that you have said that you have done to your flat seems to breach the lease clauses that you have quoted - but that doesn't mean that you have breached clauses that you haven't quoted as you clearly haven't quoted all potentially relevant clauses in full.

    It sounds more like the...
    12-07-2020, 14:59 PM
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