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  • Reply to Freeholder Premium to consent
    by Limply
    Many thanks for the answer. I am already looking at buying the freehold title. Just need to convince the other leaseholder!...
    11-08-2022, 19:15 PM
  • Freeholder Premium to consent
    by Limply
    Hi all,

    I am looking at extending my leasehold flat by adding a newbuild next to the loft (will be erected on top of the first floor). I have just asked my freeholder for the process to follow. In the past they have asked me to pay a "Landlord’s premium for the consent to be established
    ...
    11-08-2022, 16:20 PM
  • Reply to Ground Rent review
    by Century
    Will post the wording of lease tomorrow - going sea swimming now 🤷‍♂️
    11-08-2022, 18:12 PM
  • Ground Rent review
    by Century
    United Scientific Holdings v Burnley Borough Council

    Does this case mean that for a residential lease failure to give notice of GR increase during the review period doesn't matter? I.e review can be at any time, even after specified review date?
    11-08-2022, 14:47 PM
  • Reply to Ground Rent review
    by Gordon999
    Residential property usually sold under 99 years or 125 years leases have ground rents which increases after every 33 years or 25 years as stated in the lease. The Burnley Council case does not seem to be under a 99 year or 125 year lease. ....
    11-08-2022, 17:30 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder Premium to consent
    by Gordon999
    Your lease is only a long term rental contract. You have no ownership in the building which belongs to the freeholder.

    If you want to add a loft extension above the first floor, you should consider purchasing the freehold title first.
    11-08-2022, 17:15 PM
  • Another leasehold nightmare!
    by porkmarkets
    Hi all! Long time lurker here. I've used this forum for advice and ideas since purchasing my leasehold flat a few years ago which has been super useful but unfortunately I have become stuck. So I've decided finally to sign up and beg you all for some advice specific advise.

    I bought my...
    20-07-2022, 20:53 PM
  • Reply to Another leasehold nightmare!
    by Gordon999
    How many leasehold flats in your building ? North or South London ?

    Under the terms of the lease, the freeholder appoints a managing agent (MA) to administer the service charge account and MA collects the service charge contributions from the leaseholders.

    If you allow the...
    11-08-2022, 16:47 PM
  • Reply to Ground Rent review
    by AndrewDod
    I have not read the judgment but no notice is required for a residential ground rent increase that is specified in the lease. The FH does however need to invoice every ground rent request in the prescribed form -- so to at least that extent notice is given of the rate of rent requested at that time...
    11-08-2022, 16:36 PM
  • Reply to Freehold shared parking question
    by Lawcruncher
    Assuming "the forecourt" is not defined in the lease, I think the forecourt has to be what could reasonably be taken to be the forecourt of the building at the time the lease was granted.

    Just to repeat what I said above, the wording "To use forecourt for access for parking...
    11-08-2022, 16:03 PM
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