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  • Right to Manage Costs
    by Pariah81
    Hi,

    I am part of a residents association that is exploring right to manage (RTM).

    We are a 30 flat block in the Ealing area.

    We want to get advice on the process so how much should we be expecting to pay for our legals?

    I'm also aware we have to pay...
    21-09-2021, 13:48 PM
  • Reply to Right to Manage Costs
    by lampshade
    Interesting....I have one lease in a total of 3 blocks totalling 34 flats. All managed under one managing agent appointed by the FH.
    But each block, whilst seemingly are all connected there are 3 separate blocks of about 11 flats in each. Each block has both front and back entrance, and unique...
    23-09-2021, 15:29 PM
  • Reply to Reasonable solicitor fees?
    by eagle2
    You can insist on a summarised time record showing the number of hours spent by each grade of solicitor on the different aspects of the work involved. You can then compare it with your own solicitor's time records in order to raise a specific complaint.

    Intead though, I suggest that you...
    23-09-2021, 14:42 PM
  • Reasonable solicitor fees?
    by LizLease
    After six long and tedious months of negotiations to extend the lase on a flat, we are nearing completion and I have been sent the final balance.

    I was shocked to be presented with a £2,700 bill for the freeholder's solicitor fees. When I first inquired about renewing the lease, the freeholder...
    21-09-2021, 17:17 PM
  • Reply to Negotiating a lease extension
    by sgclacy
    Does that include the surveyor fee ?...
    23-09-2021, 14:36 PM
  • Negotiating a lease extension
    by LizLease
    Hi all, I am new to the forum.
    I am looking to extend the lease on a flat (currently under 70 years).
    I received a quote from the freeholder and a valuation from a surveyor (£3k lower than the freeholder's figure).
    I spoke to the leasehold Advisory Service who said to ask the surveyor...
    21-01-2021, 12:44 PM
  • Reply to Negotiating a lease extension
    by LizLease
    Thank you both

    sgclacy, if you are talking about the "deed of surrender and regrant of lease", that is a 10 page document and as far as I am ware, there are no specific issues or complications with it. It's a flat in a 30 year-old small block of flats and there are no odd clauses...
    23-09-2021, 12:17 PM
  • Reply to Reasonable solicitor fees?
    by LizLease
    Thanks for the replies.
    It has taken 6 months because the surveyor - who was dealing with the negotiations - was useless and not proactive / reactive. Add to that the fact that we had reached a deal I said OK to, then the freeholder and their solicitor turned around and said actually no, they...
    23-09-2021, 12:09 PM
  • Renewing the lease and sublet charges
    by mpppen
    I've just about finished the tortuous process of renewing the lease at a flat we own bringing it up to 170 years and no ground rent (yay).

    It is rent out and I do keep getting sublet registration demands from an infamous mgm company on here.

    I've read back through the forums...
    21-09-2021, 18:47 PM
  • Reply to Renewing the lease and sublet charges
    by mpppen
    Ooh interesting, thanks Gordon.

    I'll do some research to see if I can dig it up.
    If anyone else knows more about this though in the interim, please shout.

    Many thanks...
    23-09-2021, 10:21 AM
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