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  • Section 61 and my Landlords rights for an order of possesion
    by andyg1
    Hi All

    I wonder if anyone can set my mind to rest, i am the leaseholder of the flat in question . In 2008 i employed a firm of solicitors to extend my Lease . It was a 99 year lease granted in 1978 and it was eventually extended for an additional 90 years . During negotiations...
    20-01-2022, 16:35 PM
  • Reply to Section 61 and my Landlords rights for an order of possesion
    by Macromia
    That's quite possible - but it would depend on the freeholder and on whether or not they think that any leaseholders will refuse to sell voluntarily (I doubt that it would cost much more to get court orders requiring several leaseholders to sell than just one)....
    23-01-2022, 03:23 AM
  • Freeholder failure to maintain
    by Catastrophiser2020
    What to do about a freeholder that doesn't maintain property?
    Unfortunately right to manage is not an option
    There is damage to my property due to FH failure to repair...
    22-01-2022, 20:36 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder failure to maintain
    by Macromia
    Unfortunately, there is often no 'easy' way for leaseholders to take action against freeholders who are failing to meet their obligations under the lease.

    What is appropriate in any individual case will depend very much on the circumstances, but it will always be best to ensure that you...
    23-01-2022, 03:18 AM
  • New Government proposals re leasehold reform
    by perigee
    I see that there are proposals to simplify the extension/enfranchisement procedures and reduce the costs for lessees, including abolishing marriage values. I appreciate that these are early days but is there any guidance from professionals acting for landlords - as distinct from lessees - on these...
    12-01-2022, 17:53 PM
  • Reply to New Government proposals re leasehold reform
    by sgclacy
    As I said earlier if a property is burdened with a ground rent of £300 - £500 per annum and it rises by the RPI or doubles every 20//25 or 33 years how is that the stuff of nightmares ?

    We are regarded in a world stage to have a very advanced legal system and as seen as a safe place to...
    22-01-2022, 20:15 PM
  • Reply to New Government proposals re leasehold reform
    by Lawcruncher
    A lease is the grant of an estate in land. The estate granted is a "term of years", a label which describes what is in the tin. Virtually all leases have conditions attached or implied, but the conditions are not essential. A lease may for convenience be regarded as the combined grant of a...
    22-01-2022, 19:51 PM
  • Who can view CCTV?
    by Luverlyjuberly
    I'm having a problem with someone spitting in the communal areas of our block of flats. The person is the boyfriend of a tenant. She has already been spoken to about the incidents but I think it likely that he denied it was him or claimed it was a accident (as he had a nasty cold when the spitting...
    22-01-2022, 19:30 PM
  • Reply to Section 61 and my Landlords rights for an order of possesion
    by sgclacy
    In 55 years time, you may be faced with the possibility that the freehold is able to buy your flat at its market value.

    You undertook that exercise in 2008 so if you were just 21 then this "problem" would concern you when you are 90 - if freeholder can satisfy the court about...
    22-01-2022, 15:26 PM
  • Reply to New Government proposals re leasehold reform
    by sgclacy
    It is the financial burden that the ground rent imposes on the property that needs to be valued correctly.

    The consumer credit act sought to value one financial product with another, by having the APR quoted to assist the purchaser make an informed choice. My proposal would be that the...
    22-01-2022, 15:09 PM
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