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  • Communal front garden issue
    Pocahontas
    Hello

    I hope I'm posting in the right part of this forum. I need some some advice please.

    I own the leasehold on my ground floor flat and the freeholder owns the flat upstairs and rents out to tenants.

    New tenants moved in two weeks ago and since they have moved...
    19-07-2017, 20:45 PM
  • Reply to Communal front garden issue
    Pocahontas
    The lease doesn't mention the garden at all and just has a plan of the building and land around it, indicating who owns what.

    Im glad to say now that the furniture has disappeared. I was going to call a local place to come and take the stuff as it was in good condition but thankfully,...
    21-07-2017, 22:46 PM
  • Solicitors response to Landlords RTM Claim Notice
    rtmvigilante
    Hi, I have carefully and dutifully followed the RTM process for our block of flats. I recently served the Claim Notice on the landlord and I have just received a letter from their solicitors asking for more information. They are clearly trying to catch us out on a technicality, but I wanted to know...
    21-07-2017, 16:33 PM
  • Reply to Solicitors response to Landlords RTM Claim Notice
    Tipper
    They are probably just trying to scare you off!

    Freeholders and their solicitors always say no to enfranchisement, lease extensions and as you have found, RTM. It happened to us during enfranchisement and the whole process was extended and costly due to their stubborness and stupidity....
    21-07-2017, 21:43 PM
  • Reply to Solicitors response to Landlords RTM Claim Notice
    rtmvigilante
    Thank you for your response.

    I have copies of everything that they're asking for, but don't feel the need to jump through hoops just because they want to try to frustrate the process, especially as this will only give them potential ammo in case they want to pick holes with the claim....
    21-07-2017, 18:08 PM
  • Reply to Solicitors response to Landlords RTM Claim Notice
    MrSoffit
    "Should I even respond?" Wouldn't like to give a dogmatic answer to that. Only you know if you left any legal stones unturned. People in glass houses shouldn't throw them, but you can't leave them unturned either.

    I presume you read here...

    http://www.lease-advic...
    21-07-2017, 17:44 PM
  • Conflicting lease placed over my lease
    E1enquirer
    Good evening all and thanks for reading.

    I'd be keen to hear peoples thoughts on this one.

    My BTL flat in London, E1 has a long lease and an accompanying land registry document that shows the terrace around the perimeter of my property is part of my demised premises. As with...
    20-07-2017, 21:54 PM
  • Reply to Conflicting lease placed over my lease
    E1enquirer
    Thanks MrShed

    Re the word "terrace" I'm referring to a paved patio area, flat, at ground level with no buildings on it.

    The legal consultation with a specialist option is looking more and more necessary as the generation of the new lease certainly seems to be done...
    21-07-2017, 17:25 PM
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    MrSoffit
    Hi firsttimermeg, Please don't regret posting questions! As long as we all remove any identifiers (addresses, names etc) the world is our lobster. Seeking advice/suggestions is not unwise in the leasehold quicksand. Didn't see OP....
    21-07-2017, 11:16 AM
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