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Frankii
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Last Activity: 23-04-2019, 15:10 PM
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  • There are just the two flats. We have the ground floor with garden and he has the upstairs flat which comprises the second and third floors of the Victorian terrace. When we moved in we bought the Leasehold for our flat and the freehold for the whole building. Unusually the garden is only on the freehold...
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  • Once again thanks for the advice. The work could be done with access by ladders from our garden. Although it would be easier if the workmen had both options. We have a fair bit of photographic evidence of the overloading of the flat roof so that is useful as you say....
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  • Thanks for the advice. We are trying to reach an amicable solution but it is a bit like pulling teeth. When we bought the flat he just used the '''roof terrace" as somewhere to sit outside and a few pots. In the last year or so we have had the leaks and in seeing that he had started to use the...
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  • Flat roof or roof terrace not demised

    Hello,
    I've been told I should repost my problem in this section to get the best help so here goes. We live in a Victorian conversion comprising a ground floor flat with a kitchen extension into the garden and a flat which comprises the upper floors. We bought the ground floor flat in the early...
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  • I haven't spoken to the Leasehold Advisory Service but I'll definitely consider taking these steps if I can't get my neighbour to cooperate . I'll repost this in the Long Leasehold section too. Thank you for your advice.
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  • Flat roof or roof terrace not demised

    Hello,
    I wasn't sure which forum to post in so I'm posting my query here. We live in a Victorian conversion comprising a ground floor flat with a kitchen extension into the garden and a flat which comprises the upper floors. We bought the ground floor flat in the early 2000s at practically the...
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