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  • Lease extension - should I pursue non statutory?
    by theta
    I received a section 42 notice for a statutory lease extension for a flat where I own the freehold. There are 87 years remaining on the lease, and ground rent review is every 10 years linked to RPI (next review 2027).
    My appointed managing agent recommended a solicitor with experience on this,...
    25-09-2020, 07:56 AM
  • Reply to Lease extension - should I pursue non statutory?
    by sgclacy
    A statutory lease extension offers just one option – 90 years added and a peppercorn rent and the law commission now feel that there should be greater flexibility and that lessee should be given the right to extend the term keeping the rent terms the same or extinguishing just the rent but keeping...
    26-09-2020, 22:14 PM
  • Reply to Lease extension - should I pursue non statutory?
    by sgclacy
    Flying freehold is quite correct, but his words have incorrectly interpreted by the OP.

    Both individuals and companies can roll over gains resulting from statutory lease extensions. Individuals pay CGT and companies pay corporation tax on their gains. If the individual or company holds...
    26-09-2020, 21:26 PM
  • Freeholder's consent
    by stressed12
    I am freeholder and tenant in a converted Victorian house. The lessee of the top flat wants to sell and asked for written consent for:
    1) right to pass from a driveway that leads to a parking spot. His lease mentions the right to park in that spot (along with another lessee, so 2 flats have the...
    28-04-2020, 18:46 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder's consent
    by Section20z
    Why did you tell them ?
    If they want a ridiculous amount then just back out, no great loss and unlikely they will take action for the breach.
    If they do then deal with it then ....
    26-09-2020, 20:53 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder's consent
    by Vednaik
    Hi, I want to buy freehold of my semi-detached property and have approached the landlord. The lease is for 800 years and ground rent is 7£ per annum. The previous owners have done a loft conversion . I being a first time buyer was unaware of the consent thing and had trusted that solictors will sort...
    26-09-2020, 20:36 PM
  • Front garden to parking
    by mikkimolly
    I have a long lease on a flat in a Victorian converted building with a demised parking space on the driveway. The Landlord is currently selling the two other flats in the building, which previously were tenanted. To make them more profitable he has concreted over the front garden to create a parking...
    25-09-2020, 15:10 PM
  • Reply to Front garden to parking
    by mikkimolly
    Thanks Scott, yes this has been a wakeup call for me, believing that the church would act in good faith. Being told that their changes would not impact my lease, when i asked for further and better details of the changes was arrogant and patronising. I have mulled this over and decided to seek specialist...
    26-09-2020, 19:00 PM
  • Reply to management and maintenance costs for parking court
    by AndrewDod
    What does your lease say?
    What the lease says is what you do.

    I doubt the lease and RTM order say that they can charge a massive fee for managing the car park....
    26-09-2020, 17:29 PM
  • management and maintenance costs for parking court
    by cooked
    sorry this may in the wrong forum but I could not see a forum title which was relevant
    my wife and I own (leasehold) two flats in a block of 3 flats
    each of the 3 flats has two parking spaces in a 30 space parking court
    in 2018, we became the RTM for the building but the parking court...
    25-09-2020, 22:30 PM
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