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  • Reply to Service charges according to floorspace vs lease stipulation
    by sgclacy
    So the new lessee who wishes to challenge the proportion would have seen BEFORE he purchased the flat what percentage he was to pay - the unfairness of the bargain was patently clear BEFORE he purchased and may we’ll have been reflected in the price paid for the flat. So notwithstanding all of that...
    28-01-2022, 22:45 PM
  • Reply to Water Leaks Again and Again and Again...
    by bigalxyz
    There's no single cause - there have been multiple leaks - each time a different cause. Blocked bath overflow, leaking washing machine hose, leaking toilet cistern inlet, failed balloon valve in toilet, shower screen not fitted properly...all kinds of things. Just general neglect. Owner's never there,...
    28-01-2022, 22:32 PM
  • Water Leaks Again and Again and Again...
    by bigalxyz
    Director of RMC - 11 flats in London
    There seems to be a long standing problem with the plumbing in the bathroom of one of the flats. 4 water leaks in the last 18 months, causing damage to the flat below.

    Is there anything the RMC can do to compel the leaseholder of the problem flat...
    28-01-2022, 16:05 PM
  • Reply to Water Leaks Again and Again and Again...
    by bigalxyz
    Thank you.

    I plan to leaf through the lease at the weekend - there may well be clauses along the lines that you suggest (it does ring a bell). Also I do know that there's a clause along the lines of "leaseholders mustn't do anything to mess up the insurance of the building, and are...
    28-01-2022, 22:30 PM
  • Reply to Water Leaks Again and Again and Again...
    by Macromia
    What it says in the lease is mostly what you have to rely on. I would be looking for any clauses that the flat needs to be kept in a good state of repair, and in particular anything that mentions keeping the pipes that serve the flat in a good state of repair and replaced when necessary and anything...
    28-01-2022, 20:53 PM
  • Reply to Licenced Garage
    by Pariah81
    We have around 5 individual garages and another garage with 3 parking spaces (I refer to that as the communal garage). Each parking space in the communal garage is allocated to a specific flat.

    Whilst the document tries to convey it is assigned on licence, from the case law I have read,...
    28-01-2022, 20:41 PM
  • Reply to Service charges according to floorspace vs lease stipulation
    by Macromia
    If three out of four leaseholders, where all four share the freehold, stand together in opposition against the fourth, that is by definition the three 'ganging up' against the fourth. The fact that the same system may have been in use previously, and may even have been willingly accepted by previous...
    28-01-2022, 20:39 PM
  • 87 Years left on Lease - Cant buy freehold until 2 years?
    by pt888
    A property recently came back onto the market for the reason being that the previous buyer was unable to lend money from his bank due to the lease only having 87 years remaining, the estate agent therefore said that going forward only cash-buyers would be considered. Out of those cash buyers i was selected....
    28-01-2022, 20:38 PM
  • Reply to Water Leaks Again and Again and Again...
    by Gordon999
    You need to inspect the bathroom and determine the cause of water ingress to flat below . If there is a shower head , the water spray may fall into the gap between the bath and wall. If there is no shower spray, the pipes under the bath may be loose .??

    If the bath user forgets...
    28-01-2022, 20:22 PM
  • Who owns loft space when it is not stated in lease.
    by vagabond
    Hi, I own a top floor maisonette and share the freehold 50/50 with the ground floor maisonette. I would like to build a loft conversion and after checking my lease I'm unsure who the loft space belongs to. All I can see in my lease is "the right for the lessor/owner/occupier of lower maisonette...
    21-01-2022, 14:45 PM
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