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Leasehold property transactions involve complicated procedures and regulations. Our team of experienced, expert conveyancing solicitors will guide you through the process and offer you specialist advice to ensure the best possible outcome.
- Leasehold Enfranchisement
We can assist in the purchase of your freehold title either jointly with other flat owners where you own a flat in a block or individually where you own a freehold house. We can also advise on your rights to acquire your freehold under the current legislation and also deal with the process where you have reached an agreement with the freeholder.
- Leasehold Extension
We can advise you on the extension of the lease of your flat or house. Qualifying tenants can extend their lease under the terms of current legislation whereby a lease can be extended by a further 90 years. Leases can also be extended by agreement with the freeholder. Lease extensions are dealt with direct with the landlord without dealing with any of the other tenants where you are a leaseholder in a block of flats
- Right To Manage
We can also advise on leaseholders' rights to collectively exercise a right to force the landlord to transfer the management of the building to a company set up by the leaseholders.