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    I got 3 quotes for selling a leasehold flat in...

    I got 3 quotes for selling a leasehold flat in London for £400k.
    They all came in around the £1000 mark inc vat and disbursements.
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    From what I can see the OP doesn't live in the...

    From what I can see the OP doesn't live in the property.

    I can't see why they are so obsessed with the situation.

    It seems the property is a 3 storey house. Man A owns the Freehold. Man A has...
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    From what I remember when I bought my Freehold...

    From what I remember when I bought my Freehold the conveyancing process is similar to any other property purchase.

    Your solicitor will send out enquiries to the vendor and you can ask anything you...
  4. Alarm bells are ringing loud and clear on this...

    Alarm bells are ringing loud and clear on this one.

    Best case scenario, you locate absent FH, they agree to sell you their share of FH at a price you mutually agree. You then can proceed to extend...
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    If that is the case then it explains why he has...

    If that is the case then it explains why he has created the lease in his and his partners name.

    You cannot own the freehold and a lease in the same name on the same property.

    By having the...
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    Is there more than one lease associated with the...

    Is there more than one lease associated with the freehold title?
  7. http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/support-services/advi...

    http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/support-services/advice/articles/law-society-launches-new-lpe1-form-for-leasehold-property/

    Just below the paid for links there is an example.
  8. It's form LPE1, search that and you should find....

    It's form LPE1, search that and you should find.

    I've just completed one, it's very similar to the one the leaseholder fills in.
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    I don't know when the works were done. I am...

    I don't know when the works were done.

    I am only basing it on the fact I did not do the work and the people we purchased off who lived here for over 20 years, stated on their sellers Information...
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    I'm hoping that is the solution. It's the...

    I'm hoping that is the solution.

    It's the buyers mortgage company asking for the information. I'm not sure whether my mortgage company would have raised the same query when I bought.

    I'm...
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    Just dug out the original sellers information...

    Just dug out the original sellers information pack and title plan.

    The property was converted in to flats prior to 1987. The title plan shows the property without the chimney breasts.

    The...
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    No. It was my first property purchase and I've...

    No. It was my first property purchase and I've been really unlucky and with hindsight which is a wonderful thing I would have done a lot of things differently.

    But I'm older and much wiser now as...
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    Thank you LC that's useful info. It's to...

    Thank you LC that's useful info.

    It's to satisfy the buyers mortgage company that the queries have been raised.
    I'm obviously worried that it may delay or even stop the sale, I will email the...
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    Chimney Stack Removal-Options

    i am in the process of selling my property.

    Historically before we owned the chimney breasts have been removed internal in two rooms, and the buyers solicitor has queried if statutory consents and...
  15. What does the form go on to say? It sounds...

    What does the form go on to say?

    It sounds like it is probably a form issued by the court giving the Judges 'Directions'. Eg what you or the claimant have to do or provide as part of initial court...
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    This is a bit out of my experience, there will be...

    This is a bit out of my experience, there will be others that know more but-

    You definitely can't stop the leaseholder or their agents having access to the property.

    As joint freeholder you...
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    Totally sympathise with your situation. Think...

    Totally sympathise with your situation.

    Think you are correct if the leases require you to agree to assign to the new owner, then you should hold firm and not agree until the alleged breaches have...
  18. I didn't realise sgclacy had given you a...

    I didn't realise sgclacy had given you a valuation figure. I think you can take that as pretty accurate and use that as a basis to make an offer outside the formal route.

    Armed with that as he...
  19. Ask them if they will give you a valuation before...

    Ask them if they will give you a valuation before agreeing to go any further, which you pay for, assuming the leases are over 80 years £450 plus vat is cheaper than you have been quoted.
    You can...
  20. You don't have to get a formal valuation,...

    You don't have to get a formal valuation, although it is a probably a good idea, but if you are confident in your own valuation being accurate save some £££s.

    Have you approached the FH informally...
  21. Sounds reasonable to me. I paid around £1500...

    Sounds reasonable to me. I paid around £1500 legal fees to buy my FH and the FH legal fees were around the same. No valuation needed as I accepted their offer price, I'm in London though so will be a...
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    So don't instruct your surveyor. It is in the...

    So don't instruct your surveyor.

    It is in the new leaseholders hands now, and there are strict time limits.

    You have done what you need to.

    Before progressing any further you can ask for a...
  23. Technically you are correct, but your solicitor...

    Technically you are correct, but your solicitor will almost certainly advise you to wait until the notice expires.

    I went through the exact same scenario and several solicitors gave the same...
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    You can apply to the FTT for the appointment of a...

    You can apply to the FTT for the appointment of a manager.

    You do not need the support of the other leaseholders to do this, although it would obviously help.

    The first stage is serving a...
  25. Agree, Lawcruncher sums it up pretty well I...

    Agree, Lawcruncher sums it up pretty well I think.

    If I own a house rent out the top floor to one family, the ground floor to another family and the basement to a third family it is still a...
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