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  1. >Can I rely on these earlier determinations as...

    >Can I rely on these earlier determinations as evidence of facts?

    I think it all depends on what you mean by facts.

    For example, if in one decision, the tribunal say they visited the property...
  2. Thread: S27A Application

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    Can you confirm the application is for your...

    Can you confirm the application is for your neighbour's flat, for the same accounting year as the decision you had for your flat?

    Do you remember if when you made the application you were asked by...
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    Found this...

    Found this.

    "If you are buying you will still need to consider whether the flat owners' system, however basic, is in place for repair and that there are no problems or disputes between the...
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    Yes, because I can't give you an answer. I...

    Yes, because I can't give you an answer. I suppose it's like jointly owning a property and I'm not sure how the rights/obligations are divided.

    Somebody else will probably be along to help...
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    No, I saw that there was no management company. I...

    No, I saw that there was no management company. I asked whether the freehold was a limited company. What I should have said was 'is the freehold owned by a limited company?' Otherwise, how is this...
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    (a) A lot depends on what the lease says and...

    (a) A lot depends on what the lease says and whether this person has authority to act on behalf of the freeholder. Is the freehold a limited company? Is he managing director? Have there been...
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    I read something some time back in regard to the...

    I read something some time back in regard to the burden of proof. It starts with the applicant and then transfers to the defendant and swings like a pendulum from one party to the other.

    The Judge...
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    It sounds like you need to act quickly. If you...

    It sounds like you need to act quickly.

    If you obtain an emergency injunction it puts you in a strong bargaining position.

    It might be worth phoning the Council too but don't waste any time.
  9. In case you don't receive a new demand then take...

    In case you don't receive a new demand then take your cheque book to court as they may present it there and then. Best to pay rather than rely on anything the lease says in terms of how long you have...
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    Lawcruncher, I have now seen a copy of Brun1's...

    Lawcruncher, I have now seen a copy of Brun1's lease and I've never seen or heard of anything like it. The freeholder has very few obligations. There are certain obligations that appear to just be...
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    I do find the whole matter fairly subjective and...

    I do find the whole matter fairly subjective and we have seen many differing approaches by FTT's over the years (not specifically on amendment cases) so I cannot say whether another LVT panel would...
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    A potential buyer can ask for whatever they want...

    A potential buyer can ask for whatever they want but you may not be in a position to amend the lease or leases. You may (will probably) find that each lease needs to be similar to all the others so...
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    No, but it's very difficult coming to terms with...

    No, but it's very difficult coming to terms with the advice he has given unless he has seen something in the other leases.

    This is what the solicitor said "In terms of a service charge you as the...
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    See this thread here...

    See this thread here.
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    Another question.. When the solicitor gave...

    Another question..

    When the solicitor gave their opinion in regard to charging for the fire alarm did he not refer to the leases for the other two flats?
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    Is it not just that flat 1 pays 25% and both...

    Is it not just that flat 1 pays 25% and both flats 2 & 3 pay 37.5% each?

    It would appear that any leaseholder can carry out repairs & recover costs from the other leaseholders.

    What do the...
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    If he's ignoring you then you have to decide what...

    If he's ignoring you then you have to decide what the best approach is.

    Unless the lease says demands aren't required then if he's failed to send demands which fully comply with statute then you...
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    What does the LL say? How much is he charging...

    What does the LL say?

    How much is he charging you for management?

    I know your lease doesn't allow advance costs but if it did then the law says that once the costs have actually been incurred...
  19. I'm not sure. I know it's something usually asked...

    I'm not sure. I know it's something usually asked in conveyancing but if it's not asked then I'm not sure you have to disclose. Whether they disclose your grievance or not doesn't protect the new...
  20. Take the freeholder to the LTT if you think it is...

    Take the freeholder to the LTT if you think it is worth the effort and expense. If he sells the freehold, just name the new freeholder on the application.

    If things don't improve with the new...
  21. Provided the lease doesn't say otherwise, you...

    Provided the lease doesn't say otherwise, you would expect the agent to respond to communications from the leaseholders as part of their basic services.

    How much is the management charging the...
  22. Costs that some might attribute to a difficult...

    Costs that some might attribute to a difficult leaseholder might be costs incurred for extra accountancy and legal action. If the lease allows these costs to be passed onto leaseholders then this...
  23. In small developments, especially when the...

    In small developments, especially when the freeholder lives at the property, some of the costs that are allowed to be incurred by the freeholder don't get incurred. Sometimes freeholders can't be...
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    I haven't personally come across it but I don't...

    I haven't personally come across it but I don't think it's uncommon. I have certainly seen discussions of leases in the past where a specific management company is referred to.

    But whether it...
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    You could be right. The OP needs to clarify. I...

    You could be right. The OP needs to clarify.

    I was thinking that possibly the freehold is owned by a limited company (4 shareholders) and the building is 8 flats with just 4 on a long term lease....
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