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  • collective enfranchisement
    by flyingfreehold
    Does a leaseholder have to be a registered proprietor to join a collective? Or is it sufficient for her/his/it to be a transferee whose interest is not yet registered?
    21-05-2022, 18:51 PM
  • Reply to collective enfranchisement
    by flyingfreehold
    at risk of answering my own question, the leaseholder has to prove title which is a bit difficult if not registered........
    21-05-2022, 21:23 PM
  • Reply to Building works & S20 process
    by scot22
    It is relatively simple to administer process. However, definitely engage professional to define necessary work and project manage.

    If I can, anybody can.
    21-05-2022, 20:19 PM
  • Building works & S20 process
    by RichA
    Hi. I have a freehold after selling a leasehold flat in a block of 4 flats. We don't currently have a managing agent, so these duties currently fall to me (I am holding off appointing a managing agent whilst the leaseholders consider whether they want to RTM).

    The block needs some maintenance...
    21-05-2022, 17:20 PM
  • Reply to collective enfranchisement
    by Tipper
    Ask lease-advice.org
    21-05-2022, 18:59 PM
  • Reply to Levy
    by scot22
    Thanks Gordon. There was no info other than amount and invoice which explained nothing !
    21-05-2022, 17:16 PM
  • Reply to Share of feehold/shared service charges?
    by Macromia
    They are correct that the purchase of the freehold has no relevance (although it would allow the three of you to alter the leases if you are all in agreement).

    Unless you alter the leases you continue to split service charge costs according to what the terms of your leases say - sharing...
    21-05-2022, 17:14 PM
  • Changes to lease wording
    by bigalxyz
    In the process of buying freehold for our building. 9 participants (from 11 flats).

    Our solicitor will extend leases to 999 years for an additional fee if we want to. She has asked, as part of that extension process:

    ÔÇťAre there any amendments that you are seeking to make...
    14-05-2022, 12:27 PM
  • Reply to Changes to lease wording
    by Lawcruncher
    If the leases are going to be for 999 years there is not a lot of point imposing a restriction in such terms. It is also open to interpretation. You have to decide first if you are going to allow subletting at all. That has to depend on what people want. If any owner already sublets then you cannot...
    21-05-2022, 17:09 PM
  • Reply to Levy
    by Macromia
    ...And it still going to depend on what it is for (and on what your lease allows to be charged for, and when.

    Service charge demands have to include details such as a service address for the freeholder, and have to be accompanied by an appropriate copy of 'leaseholders rights and responsibilities',...
    21-05-2022, 16:53 PM
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