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  • Reply to RTM - Admin Fees Charged by Freeholder
    by Lorimer
    There isn't much case law on this but even when an RTM is in place and it is the RTM that is responsible for dealing with consents, I believe the freeholder CAN charge a reasonable admin fee simply for the freeholder's time in reviewing the consent application. This is because the RTM company cannot...
    12-08-2020, 20:33 PM
  • RTM - Admin Fees Charged by Freeholder
    by chris1544
    We have RTM in place for our two flat building. Recently the other leaseholder put in a request to the RTM company to install an air vent. I duly wrote to the freeholder, notifying them of our intention to grant approval for the works, giving them the statutory 30 days notice.

    They have...
    12-08-2020, 11:04 AM
  • Reply to Late ground rent payment charge & legal fees no warnings
    by Stew
    sounds like a major win
    12-08-2020, 20:22 PM
  • Late ground rent payment charge & legal fees no warnings
    by KingstonBee
    Wonder if you can help... This week I have received a Court Claim form pack with what seems to include a ‘particulars of claim’ and ‘lease’ for ‘outstanding arrears of Ground rent and insurance’.

    Now this is a huge shock as I’ve not received any letters at all, no emails or phone...
    10-06-2020, 20:13 PM
  • Can I let this freehold indefinately ?
    by Boab
    Is there any reason why I cannot let a freehold flat on a two flat maisonette where there are two freeholders with a deed of covenant between the two to cover such issues as maintaining the property? There appears to be nothing in the covenant restricting renting my property out and it’s been done...
    10-08-2020, 06:12 AM
  • Reply to Can I let this freehold indefinately ?
    by ChrisDennison
    Well but who’s to judge that intention? If I as the freeholder only want women, kids and one armed pirates in my block of flats and therefore put a restriction of use to that extent in the lease isn’t that my pretty unambiguous intention?



    Well put. I have a property with...
    12-08-2020, 19:14 PM
  • Reply to Late ground rent payment charge & legal fees no warnings
    by KingstonBee
    FYI - I pressed and stated facts and quoted the law etc and they eventually backed down... Mega Chuffed. Didn’t even have to pay any of the legal fees or additional costs. It helps that in the lease as mentioned they had to email or send mail via recorded delivery... Their legal team agreed and dropped...
    12-08-2020, 19:00 PM
  • EGM via Zoom breach of GDPR
    by Stacker
    Our directors refuse to call meeting and now are using some government quote Corporate Insolvency and Govt Act 2020 Section 37 and Schedule 14 of the Act..basically the articles don't say we can hold electronic meetings so can they be held via zoom?
    12-08-2020, 17:53 PM
  • Variation of lease
    by scampicat
    I own a flat with a lease of 125 years starting from 2012. The ground rent is at present £150 pa, but increases as follows every ten years: £225... .£337.50.... 506.25.... 759.38.... 1139.06.... 1708.59.... 2562.89 ....3844.34. There are no more increases after eighty years. I am considering a variation...
    25-02-2020, 08:57 AM
  • Reply to Variation of lease
    by Gordon999
    Many flats with ground rent increasing every 10 years are not able to get a mortgage loan . Taylor Wimpey have set a side £130 Mil for correcting the ground rent demands in their leases . If your flat was built by this company, you should contact the company for correction of the lease.
    12-08-2020, 17:41 PM
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