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  • Reply to Freeholder demanding extortionate fees for notice of remortgage
    by eagle2
    You could easily argue that £35 is more than reasonable at the present time, there is a solicitor who posts on this forum who has indicated elsewhere that £20 would be an appropriate amount for an office junior to deal with a notice, Tribunals have decided in the past that £40 is reasonable. ...
    17-10-2021, 10:38 AM
  • Freeholder demanding extortionate fees for notice of remortgage
    by EssexLL
    Hi,

    I know similar issues have been posted before but thought it best to start a new thread with all specifics as every case/lease is different. Forgive the long post; I thought it best to include as much relevant info as possible.

    I recently remortgaged my leasehold flat with...
    16-10-2021, 00:56 AM
  • Reply to Section 20 fee
    by eagle2
    It is not unusual for managing agents to show their gratitude to those appointing them and there is no limit to their imagination when devising schemes.

    Are you able to obtain support from 16 other similar minded leaseholders? If so, you may be able to form a RTM Company to take over the...
    17-10-2021, 09:51 AM
  • Section 20 fee
    by lampshade
    Leaseholders issued with a section 20 notice a few months ago for anticipated works following FRA done a year ago.

    A `fee` of £100 + VAT has been added to each leaseholders share of the total by the Managing agents .

    There is only one Section 20, but when asked, the Managing...
    14-10-2021, 03:49 AM
  • Reply to Section 20 fee
    by lampshade
    Well now you are asking !! The freeholder gave themselves the Managing agents job when they bought the Freehold a decade ago. Now bearing in mind that the Freeholder is 130 miles away that was never gonna be a good situation. So after a decade it was suddenly announced that the managing agent job had...
    17-10-2021, 08:41 AM
  • Reply to Freeholder demanding extortionate fees for notice of remortgage
    by EssexLL
    Thanks for your responses.


    2001


    About £60, although the lease does not mention inflation as a tool for calculation what is reasonable. Nevertheless the freeholder is demanding much more than this.


    For a court, perhaps, but £120 every time...
    17-10-2021, 07:59 AM
  • Spy cameras in communal areas
    by NaomiB
    I was interested in this week's case concerning Ring door bells with cameras and audio. As a result of this, talking to a neighbour, I have learned that one of the tenants has installed a spy camera in the corner of the communal area, outside her flat.

    It has apparently been there a couple...
    15-10-2021, 13:48 PM
  • Reply to Spy cameras in communal areas
    by NaomiB
    I remember seeing my first CCTV camera as I was going up an escalator in Boots. It must have been in the late sixties. It looked like a space craft. I felt slightly uneasy for a few seconds. Since then I can't remember ever noticing them at all. I know that cameras can see me when I am out and,...
    17-10-2021, 06:39 AM
  • Structural change made to a leasehold property
    by goodgirlLondon
    Hey, I wondered if I can get some advice and I have looked at related topics but no specific answer. I am a joint freeholder on the first floor of an Edwardian house with just one other joint freeholder on the ground floor. There was an entrance to a redundant staircase on the kitchen floor in my flat...
    23-08-2021, 13:08 PM
  • Reply to Structural change made to a leasehold property
    by eagle2
    I cannot see how anyone can say how expensive it is going to be and any enforcement at this stage would be against the current joint freeholders. For your own peace of mind, if you are having structural problems, you should obtain expert advice and that should indicate what action if any needs to be...
    17-10-2021, 05:30 AM
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