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    To do ANY alterations, you need authorisation...

    To do ANY alterations, you need authorisation from the total number of freeholders listed.

    You need permission to do any alterations, not just digging out the basement.

    You also need a surveyor...
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    If the redecoration is for the same items as 5...

    If the redecoration is for the same items as 5 years ago, you inform them that the redecoration to the items done 5 years ago is not required as it's all in good order, and the lease states every 7...
  3. There was no wrong, as I was asking questions. ...

    There was no wrong, as I was asking questions.

    The question was : - -
    So what's to stop the shop just buying the freehold without asking the others due to absent freeholder, ( and other points...
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    I don't realy have a dog, but could not resist...

    I don't realy have a dog, but could not resist posting the photo.

    I have eyes like that, well, they "burn" into your soul, and melt my female prey, oopps, I mean future conquests, oopps, I mean...
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    ................................... What my...

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    What my dog thinks

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    Caroline As confirmed, anyone can pay your...

    Caroline

    As confirmed, anyone can pay your tenants rent, rich aunt, step father, even I can pay you some rent for her if I wished.

    The tenant is the one that has to pay the rent to you, and...
  7. 1) It's up to you to spend £ 7 on the bottom part...

    1) It's up to you to spend £ 7 on the bottom part of the drainpipe to divert the flow into the drain channel. Don't be such a skin flint. Your property, so do your part in keeping the water coming...
  8. Just for clarification for other readers,...

    Just for clarification for other readers, assuming someone can give a definitive legal answer.

    A freeholder has to offer the freehold to the leaseholders first.
    But in this case, there is no...
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    Good info BUT Tenants do not get service...

    Good info BUT Tenants do not get service contracts with anyone, nor do they pull the covers off and fix it themselves. The landlord does that, and pays for that.
  10. Thread: Moths

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    I did not say for the tenant to take it up with...

    I did not say for the tenant to take it up with the freeholder.

    I said "but as a good landlord, you have contacted the owner of the building, passed on her complaint, and they will no doubt get...
  11. It's not the same comparison. A comparison...

    It's not the same comparison.

    A comparison would be : -
    The taps complete want replacing, but I have fitted those plastic taps you see fitted to the bottom of beer party packs, cos real taps are...
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    Council asking us to recover overpayments The...

    Council asking us to recover overpayments

    The council are right.

    You know exacly how much rent the TENANT has paid you, and if it is the full amount as stated in your tenancy agreeement.

    You...
  13. You wont like this reply. Why is it that some...

    You wont like this reply.

    Why is it that some landlords refuse to fix problems, "because if will cost too much money".

    Spend the money to fix the wiring and the other problems that are causing...
  14. Thread: Moths

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    You say the moths came from the communal areas. ...

    You say the moths came from the communal areas.

    You are not responsible for the communal areas, the freeholder is, via the Managing agent.

    Say to her that you rented out the flat, not the...
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    Granted. But we all know what leaseholders ...

    Granted.

    But we all know what leaseholders can be like.

    Some "May be tempted" to "try it on", then state, but you accepted my payment in full.

    Just be aware that some WILL do this, so best...
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    The advice being given in this thread is basicaly...

    The advice being given in this thread is basicaly :-

    If a leasholder does not want to pay all the service charges, ( but the freeholder MUST have the service charges in order to be legal, pay...
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    If tenant gives notice to quit, you accept, then...

    If tenant gives notice to quit, you accept, then they don't go, you are entitled to double the rent till they leave. Which will pay for your recent costs and hassle.
    The distress rent act of 1737
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    Of course you will have to forward this...

    Of course you will have to forward this information well in advance, for them to include the updated information, and not just on the day.

    If you go to the auction and don't get it, then keep your...
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    How ? There has been no F.T.T. ruling,...

    How ?

    There has been no F.T.T. ruling, therefore the service charge demand still stands.

    So if our leaseholders here state they are not paying, in total, £24,000, but only £2000 in full and...
  20. No apologies needed. I am not in the business of...

    No apologies needed.
    I am not in the business of "loans", and you are, so your input is needed and gives a view from a "lender" rather than just random members on here, and confirms the overall jist...
  21. This is not your answer, neither can I answer it...

    This is not your answer, neither can I answer it via commercial / council experience, but,

    You agreed to pay the rent asked for, you contracted to pay the rent asked for.

    A landlord can ask for...
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    There are no conditions. £ 3000 is the amount...

    There are no conditions.

    £ 3000 is the amount due.

    There has been no F.T.T. ruling, therefore the service charge demand still stands.

    You write back stating the above, and thank him for his...
  23. I am not talking about this property, but your...

    I am not talking about this property, but your statement.



    If the roof space is not in the demise of ANY flat in which the hatch is possitioned, the leaseholder has no right to set foot in the...
  24. P.S to above. The "Great idea" is for you to...

    P.S to above.

    The "Great idea" is for you to get a share in the company of £50,000 for nothing.
    And legaly you can put no extra money in and force sale of house to get your unpaid share and you...
  25. the bank wants to see you are earning money...

    the bank wants to see you are earning money before they lend you anything, and it starts at about £ 25,000.

    What are those Company assets ? Zero ! once you spend the money on the house deposit,...
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