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
8,348 views
0 likes
Last Post Guest's Avatar
by Guest
 
Started by onecuriousll, 02-07-2019, 09:42 AM
7 responses
150 views
0 likes
Last Post onecuriousll  
Started by Ccooper, 02-07-2019, 19:26 PM
4 responses
142 views
0 likes
Last Post Ccooper
by Ccooper
 
Started by MOLYVOS, 06-06-2008, 12:03 PM
13 responses
13,377 views
0 likes
Last Post Gordon999  
Started by bigalxyz, 22-06-2019, 08:15 AM
3 responses
119 views
0 likes
Last Post Gordon999  
Started by lstv, 02-07-2019, 17:51 PM
2 responses
61 views
0 likes
Last Post JK0
by JK0
 
Started by kate3486, 30-06-2019, 13:50 PM
6 responses
268 views
0 likes
Last Post eagle2
by eagle2
 
Started by HP mum, 15-04-2019, 13:15 PM
5 responses
130 views
0 likes
Last Post Gordon999  
Started by Gatcombe, 28-06-2019, 21:11 PM
15 responses
354 views
0 likes
Last Post Gatcombe  
Started by dinosaurus, 01-05-2019, 12:55 PM
7 responses
154 views
0 likes
Last Post Stacker
by Stacker
 
Started by ap2048, 30-06-2019, 07:55 AM
4 responses
279 views
0 likes
Last Post leaseholder64  
No topics found.

Latest Topics

Collapse

  • 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 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
  • 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 Responsibility of window frames
    by Anna1985
    Your windows should be covered by Fensa for 10 years, the window installer is under obligation to get them fixed Once Fensa confirms it is their cost. Oh the miracles that could happen when the installer knows they are responsible for all associated costs good luvk
    23-09-2020, 18:56 PM
  • RTM Company secretary
    by Andrew Clark
    We wish to change the RTM Company Secretary from our legacy managing agent to our new managing agent, the legacy agent will not complete the online authentication code until he is paid what he says he is owed. Thoughts on ways around this
    23-09-2020, 08:02 AM
  • Reply to RTM Company secretary
    by scot22
    Is he owed money ? Ask him for detailed proof.

    Pay him ?
    23-09-2020, 17:40 PM
  • Leaseholder refusing to complete repairs
    by batterseaboy
    Hi, we are a house divided into three flats. Each flat leasheolder also owns 1/3 of the freehold company and serves as a director.

    When the top floor flat was given permission to extend his flat the variation stipulated that he would be solely responsible for any issues with the extension...
    23-09-2020, 16:43 PM
  • Reply to Leaseholder refusing to complete repairs
    by scot22
    Formally notify him that you believe that he is in breach of the lease and given him a time limit to complete repairs.

    If he doesn't then his sale can be blocked.
    23-09-2020, 17:39 PM
  • Reply to Responsibility of window frames
    by royw
    I've recently had Windows replaced and they did the upstairs from inside. If scaffold isn't required it will be a lot cheaper.
    23-09-2020, 16:37 PM
  • Reply to Responsibility of window frames
    by AndrewDod
    I suspect if you took it to Tribunal they would say you are responsible for the frames.
    It mentions glass separately. And words the doors sort of in parallel.

    In a way it would be cheaper in the long run for you to take this responsibility. Just make sure it applies to all flats not...
    23-09-2020, 14:01 PM
Working...
X