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  • Common area outside of demise
    by Tom-watts
    We are in the process of selling a leasehold flat which occupies the whole ground floor of a converted house. There is a section of land which runs across the rear of the house is defined as a common area with the upstairs flat. Beyond that section is our garden.

    The ground floor flat and...
    06-08-2020, 12:40 PM
  • Reply to Common area outside of demise
    by Lawcruncher
    The buyer's solicitor has to be commended as he seems to have actually read the lease. He has seen the situation with regard to the strip and quite rightly asked himself if there is a problem. Going by the information supplied, he has unfortunately concluded that there is a problem where there does...
    07-08-2020, 16:03 PM
  • Tools for RTMC & Block self-management experience
    by stokey83
    Hi,
    1) We shall soon acquire the management function of our block (RTMC) and do not intend to appoint a managing agent. What are the simple tools available online for managing company accounts / service charges, contractors, maintenance/repairs, building docs, etc?
    2) I am also interested...
    07-08-2020, 15:48 PM
  • Purchasing Share of Freehold
    by Tom-watts
    I currently own a leasehold flat and I would like to buy share of freehold and would like some advice about how much this would cost (excluding legal fees). The building is a conversion and contains two flats with the other flat belonging to the freeholder. The flat is worth £450k. There is 147 years...
    06-08-2020, 20:19 PM
  • Reply to Purchasing Share of Freehold
    by Lorimer
    Agreed. If the freeholder does not want to sell you a share of the freehold then that is the end of the matter. You cannot force the issue....
    07-08-2020, 11:38 AM
  • Managing Agents Massively Screwed Up Section 42
    by divadee
    We are the freeholders to a block of flats. We own the freehold in a limited company.

    Apparently one of the flats issued a Section 42 back in April with a date of July for any counter offers.

    Our managing agents have only just told us about this TODAY and we are way out of...
    04-08-2020, 12:24 PM
  • Reply to Managing Agents Massively Screwed Up Section 42
    by Section20z
    I would think the easier route is to ignore the "notice" - they will then need to apply to the tribunal to force the sale. You can still argue the offer was so low that you didn't consider it a valid notice but without knowing a true valuation we have no way of knowing if 9k is a substantial...
    07-08-2020, 11:38 AM
  • Should new Freeholders self-manage freehold or engage a managing agent?
    by Hansi
    Myself and 7 other flats in an 8 flat building have just exchanged on the purchase of the freehold.

    When the landlord offered the sale of the freehold we jumped at the chance because the landlord has always been extremely difficult, has often organised shoddily done work to the building...
    30-07-2020, 13:40 PM
  • Reply to Should new Freeholders self-manage freehold or engage a managing agent?
    by Hansi
    Thanks for all the brilliant advice!

    I will look into finding a trustworthy agent. Does anyone have any recommendations on companies? In London preferably.

    Thanks again
    07-08-2020, 11:26 AM
  • Reply to Managing Agents Massively Screwed Up Section 42
    by divadee
    I just thought I would give an update.

    We have spoken and instructed a solicitor this morning. We are basically screwed with regards to the timing out of the Section 42. So this means we have 2 legal cases going on.

    The first that we just have to plod through with the statutory...
    07-08-2020, 10:19 AM
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