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I want to extend my lease but the freeholder is refusing. She would rather everyone buy a share of the freehold however not all flats want to do this

Can you give any advice? Thanks.

Asked on Oct 3 2012, General in Bromley | Report content

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  • The best thing you can do is call the Leasehold Advisory Service. They are a free Non Departmental Public Body funded by Government and from our experience have a huge amount of knowledge on all residential lease matters. Link should be attached to this post. Good Luck!

    Web reference: http://www.lease-advice.org/

    Answered on Oct 3 2012, Report content
  • Take the bull by the horns and extend the lease if you are eligible. This will make it cheaper for you if in the future all the leaseholders club together and apply for collective enfranchisement (ie buy the freehold).

    Web reference: http://www.capitalleasehold.co.uk

    Answered on Aug 5 2014, Report content

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