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  • Reply to Group Freeholder wants to replace new windows unnecessarily - what to do?
    by scot22
    So sorry to hear of your partner 's issues.
    I agree with posts already given. A key word in legal matters is reasonable. To charge an excessive amount of money to replace sound windows is patently unreasonable. In my opinion it is rock solid your partner should not have any financial charges....
    22-01-2021, 22:38 PM
  • Group Freeholder wants to replace new windows unnecessarily - what to do?
    by Boab
    Hi all

    This is a request for help for my partner who is the long term leaseholder on a ground floor flat/maisonette in a detached house owned by a large group.

    The freeholder is demanding all the double glazing be replaced at a cost IRO £8000. My partner simply cannot afford...
    21-01-2021, 14:33 PM
  • Reply to S146 Notice and subsequent Events
    by Anna1985
    eagle2 - why? The leaseholder doesn't engage, there is a somebody who claims to be an interested party, without any proof of authority to action.

    There is no legal standing so far, unless the so called representative will provide the paperwork required.

    If it happens after...
    22-01-2021, 18:17 PM
  • S146 Notice and subsequent Events
    by Steve001
    We have served a S146 Notice to a Leaseholder who has abandoned the Flat. The Flat was given to the Leaseholder originally by a relative and he has run up significant debts which mean there is no equity in the Flat sale proceeds. In addition, there is drug activity evidence and the Flat has been subsequently...
    21-01-2021, 10:39 AM
  • Reply to S146 Notice and subsequent Events
    by eagle2
    This is different, we have a freeholder who has had dealings with the leaseholder and is likely to know if a letter is genuine....
    22-01-2021, 16:02 PM
  • Reply to S146 Notice and subsequent Events
    by Jon66
    It isn't enough to simply provide a letter of authority these days I'm afraid. Anyone acting on just a letter of authority when dealing with property matters and a possible conveyance would be negligent. Particularly when doubts have already been raised about the persons identity which is why a passport...
    22-01-2021, 15:39 PM
  • Reply to Pet consent
    by jpkeates
    The constraints on terms in consumer contracts with landlords are not the same as those between freeholders and leaseholders.

    There's nothing specific in the consumer rights act that says that a landlord has to allow pets, but that was part of some older Office of Fair Trading (now called...
    22-01-2021, 15:05 PM
  • Pet consent
    by Nat1178
    Hi, I don’t know why but my previous post was unapproved. SO let me repost this topic.

    I just exchanged the contact for a leasehold property. The freeholder’s agent is {Name removed}.



    My lease requires freeholder’s consent for keeping a pet. I have a cat and need consent...
    12-12-2020, 10:05 AM
  • Reply to Pet consent
    by Jon66
    I requested permission for a house cat to the freeholders managing agent on behalf of a prospective tenant. Permission was given after 5 days provided it was a house cat and did not defecate outside. Perfectly reasonable, and she was a lovely tenant with a cute cat. No additional damage to the property...
    22-01-2021, 14:51 PM
  • Reply to Pet consent
    by eagle2
    Someone has drawn my attention to the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and stated that a landlord cannot unreasonably refuse permission for a pet to be kept. Has anyone else come across this?...
    22-01-2021, 14:17 PM
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