Long Leasehold Questions

Collapse

Forums Topics Posts Last Post
No forums found.
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • New Topics
Clear All
new posts
There are no conversations in this channel.
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts
Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • Sort By
  • Order
Clear All
new posts
Topics Statistics Last Post
Started by leaseholdanswers, 29-05-2014, 08:36 AM
1 response
7,434 views
0 likes
Last Post Guest's Avatar
by Guest
 
Started by mithra, 28-05-2008, 19:03 PM
6 responses
2,325 views
0 likes
Last Post mithra
by mithra
 
Started by helpstuck, 13-05-2008, 19:37 PM
9 responses
2,157 views
0 likes
Last Post jeffrey
by jeffrey
 
Started by taheemr, 01-06-2008, 14:54 PM
9 responses
2,927 views
0 likes
Last Post LandlordZONE  
Started by tomdurbin, 01-06-2008, 16:44 PM
6 responses
1,258 views
0 likes
Last Post thevaliant  
Started by Philcorn, 22-05-2008, 23:27 PM
8 responses
3,478 views
0 likes
Last Post Philcorn  
Started by jeffrey, 16-05-2008, 09:53 AM
3 responses
1,340 views
0 likes
Last Post TomMerralls  
Started by ScousePete, 13-05-2008, 20:29 PM
12 responses
2,806 views
0 likes
Last Post TomMerralls  
Started by Dolly, 29-05-2008, 11:47 AM
14 responses
2,105 views
0 likes
Last Post TomMerralls  
Started by Elizabeth, 30-05-2008, 14:19 PM
2 responses
3,151 views
0 likes
Last Post johnboy
by johnboy
 
Started by AM1, 26-05-2008, 15:56 PM
15 responses
3,938 views
0 likes
Last Post sgclacy
by sgclacy
 
No topics found.

Latest Topics

Collapse

  • RTM Member
    jimcarver
    Apologies in advance for the basic question.

    I hear a lot of talk of becoming a “member” of an RTM. Is this something you have to officially apply for, or are you automatically a member if you own a property in the block being managed by an RTM.

    The RTM as one appointed director...
    21-02-2019, 01:32 AM
  • Homeless living in flats hallways
    RosieB
    Hello,

    My first time here - I'm lucky I've managed 8 years of land-lording without serious issue! Until now...

    My tenanted flat is on the 2nd floor of a block. There are 3 blocks in total on the estate. In the past 2 to 3 weeks my tenants have reported homeless people sleeping,...
    18-02-2019, 13:57 PM
  • Reply to Homeless living in flats hallways
    Gordon999
    I suggest you ( and other flats ) make a complaint to the local MP who is the right person to deal with this problem.

    The management company should change the entrance door lock and issue set of keys to each flat occupier.
    21-02-2019, 00:04 AM
  • Can a RMC refuse a wayleave signed by the freeholder?
    James2004k
    I live in a leasehold flat (owned). The estate is of 40 flats.
    The only ISP available is BT (Sky, Talk Talk etc).
    I have got Hyperoptic on board and they are looking to service the buildings.
    They have contacted the freeholder who is wiling to sign a wayleave for a fee (supposedly...
    20-02-2019, 13:45 PM
  • Reply to Can a RMC refuse a wayleave signed by the freeholder?
    Gordon999
    If your site is managed by a RTM, any fees except "ground rent" payable to freeholder becomes due to the RTM . The freeholder is only responsible for collecting ground rent and dealing with proceedings for forfeiture.

    The RTM is responsible for managing the site and approving...
    20-02-2019, 23:50 PM
  • Section 20 despite long term neglect of the buildings
    redrabbit
    For the last 6 months myself and fellow residents have been trying to defend ourselves against freeholder company with S20 work. Incredibly frustrating as they seem to not have the answers to the most basic questions.

    Current estimate of work is £15k for each household.
    ...
    17-02-2019, 18:51 PM
  • Reply to Section 20 despite long term neglect of the buildings
    Gordon999
    In your post 3, you say your property is a town house and not a flat ? What does your property title ( at Land Registry) say ?

    Are you owner of a leasehold House Or leasehold Flat ? Are some 21 houses under freehold title at your site ?
    20-02-2019, 23:33 PM
  • Can RTM sole director make all decisions
    Sahar
    hi guys
    I asked a question before of how to become a RTM director, still trying to become one, but due to the current sole director -> MA arrangement I am unsure if I can do anything really.

    Therefore, I would like to ask a simple question as it seems there is contradictory information...
    20-02-2019, 21:43 PM
  • Reply to Can RTM sole director make all decisions
    Sahar
    hi leaseholder64

    I really appreciate your comments, and willingness to help but I still do not understand why Article 16 is more important than Article 12 ?
    It (no. 12) clearly states that "if no provision of the articles require it to have more than one director", and...
    20-02-2019, 22:59 PM
  • Reply to Section 20 despite long term neglect of the buildings
    Garlicbutter
    I'm a Leaseholder who went through S20 major works. It started at £7k and spiralled to £42k (my share alone) due to unforeseen works.

    Had I known more about the S20 process I would have sought advice from a solicitor early on.

    Also had I known that lessees are able to object...
    20-02-2019, 22:25 PM
Working...
X