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  • Reply to Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Section20z
    Yes, your freeholder will likely charge a fee for examing existing and proposed plans, possibly visiting the site and granting approval. Clearly it adds some value to the flat., if only to you.
    Yes, I expect you need listed building consent.

    That being said you have also shown that...
    08-04-2020, 21:25 PM
  • Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Sharon
    Hello, I would like to remove a non-load-bearing stud wall in my flat. It will change the layout inasmuch as I will be stealing some of the space from my entrance hall and creating a larger living room as a result. So no real increase in value of the property as a result, just a matter of taste....
    08-04-2020, 15:46 PM
  • Reply to Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Stacker
    So do all the fact finding first so that you are well informed and know what you are up against, also try to get the Conservation officer on board on your side with your idea if you want to go ahead as he or she will be the person to say yes or no. The freeholder can not unreasonably refuse you the...
    08-04-2020, 18:17 PM
  • Reply to Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Sharon
    Thank you very much for responding!

    Well, I had 'assumed' that it couldn't possibly be a load-bearing wall, as it is a hollow stud wall, with a panel of glass windows at the top (which was clearly created to bring as much light as possible into the entrance hall), and I know this wall didn't...
    08-04-2020, 18:00 PM
  • Notice fee
    by Paulsen
    I am remortgaging my flat and the solicitor has sent a letter to the freeholder asking for a notice fee. I have done it directly to the freeholder and not the MA as we both are in dispute with the old MA and are doing a joint complaint. She probably wouldn’t know how much to ask for and I asked my...
    04-04-2020, 15:14 PM
  • Reply to Notice fee
    by Lawcruncher
    I had assumed it was formal. Anyway, my point is that you are disgruntled because someone refuses to pay you money they do not owe you. I would hazard a guess that you do not go round paying money to people who think they are entitled to it but are not....
    08-04-2020, 17:55 PM
  • Reply to Notice fee
    by Lawcruncher
    As you say, requiring a notice of a change of tenant is pretty standard and has been for years. Obviously a landlord needs to know if the tenant has changed. However, the requirement to serve notice on the landlord's solicitor and pay a fee (until fairly recently the standard requirement) rather than...
    08-04-2020, 17:47 PM
  • Reply to Removing Stud Wall in Leasehold Flat
    by Stacker
    Hi, Firstly how do you know its not a load bearing wall? Has a surveyor or structural engineer confirmed this in writing to you ? A listed property change may need consent from the council Conservation officer? You could put a tentative call in to the officer and email him some ideas then if he gives...
    08-04-2020, 17:43 PM
  • Reply to Lessor who is also the leaseholders is not complying with LEASE
    by Stacker
    I also found these links which seem helpful - Tribunal Procedure Property Rules http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2.../contents/made
    08-04-2020, 17:35 PM
  • Lessor who is also the leaseholders is not complying with LEASE
    by Stacker
    Hello, hope you are all doing ok with this self isolating So this is a tricky one both the Lessor who are also the leaseholders are in breach of their own leases, how to enforce? As normally it would be the freeholder enforcing however the leaseholder needs to enforce against the company and other ...
    07-04-2020, 09:28 AM
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