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  • Reply to Extending a lease as a co freeholder. Leases are of different lengths
    by MrSoffit
    Hi, unless I'm missing something, you either hold the freehold jointly as trustees or as a company? If trustees, the relationship between the trustees as 'joint' freeholder (yeah I know) for granting extensions should be in a participation agreement. If a company, the company would react, no?
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    24-09-2020, 13:15 PM
  • Extending a lease as a co freeholder. Leases are of different lengths
    by Deneb
    Hi there,

    Would be very grateful for any advice if anyone has come across this before....

    I own a ground floor flat in Leeds with a share of the freehold (I bought about 5 years ago). The lease has 85 years to run.
    The co freeholder (who bought in 2002) has the upstairs...
    28-01-2020, 21:13 PM
  • Reply to Extending a lease as a co freeholder. Leases are of different lengths
    by andybenw
    Unless the other leaseholder/freeholder can produce some paperwork (participation agreement?) to prove otherwise, I think a payment probably is due. The other leaseholder bought a very short lease and, you bought a rather longer lease, caveat emptor. Of course 50 percent of any payment would go back...
    24-09-2020, 12:40 PM
  • Reply to Tracing Freeholder
    by cjramona
    sadly not no. She’s freeholder in name only really. We insure and maintain the property ourselves. I’ve now tasked a company to try and trace her - she may have passed away I guess as she bought the fteehold in 1986. I renewed the lease in 2010 so it’s fine until 2155!...
    24-09-2020, 08:18 AM
  • Tracing Freeholder
    by cjramona
    Hi, I am new to the forum and sorry for jumping in but cannot find an answer that helps through the search function. I accepted an offer on my leasehold flat 2 months ago and I thought was close to exchange but the buyers solicitors are asking for my freeholder details. I renewed the lease in 2010...
    22-09-2020, 13:06 PM
  • Reply to S168
    by sgclacy
    When you make the application under Section 168 (4) the Tribunal will request that you notify any mortgagee who has an interest in the flat to which you are taking action against.

    Needless to say the mortgagee will take the matter very seriously indeed and will appoint solicitors to protect...
    24-09-2020, 07:22 AM
  • S168
    by Anna1985
    How crazy would it be to apply to the tribunal as litigant in person to ask them to determine a breach of lease re property disrepair ( the responsibility is on leaseholders, not freeholder) ?

    Opinions?
    Thanks...
    25-08-2019, 18:30 PM
  • Reply to Responsibility of window frames
    by charlie8899
    Thanks for all your replies. One last comment, would the fact the plan on my lease clearly excludes the windows as part of my demise be a factor? (see attached). The lease also states that service charge is to cover "the structure and exterior of the Building". Wouldn't windows be considered...
    24-09-2020, 07:00 AM
  • Responsibility of window frames
    by charlie8899
    Hello - I hope someone can help. I own a new build flat and have a faulty window that needs replacing. This will be quite costly and requires erecting scaffolding. I was surprised to hear from the building management company that windows are the responsibility of the leaseholder. This doesn't seem right...
    23-09-2020, 08:05 AM
  • Reply to S168
    by Anna1985
    I think I would be soon, although the application would be made in joint freeholder names
    23-09-2020, 18:58 PM
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