LandlordZONE

24

Nov, 2014

Monday

Search:

Type: Posts; User: bbva; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 18 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. ram, You have no idea what the previous person...

    ram,

    You have no idea what the previous person did. We had the same problem in our building. Loft converted in the 1990's. Noticed in 2011 that the outer walls were bowing. It transpired that...
  2. Replies
    7
    Views
    178

    CFROP, Do you contribute equally to the...

    CFROP,

    Do you contribute equally to the reserve or do some flats pay more and some less depending on their service charge %.
  3. Replies
    1
    Views
    123

    Date problems with the lease

    Our lease states that our SC are due in advance on the 10 October 2014 and we have 14 days to pay up. Our year end is also the 10Oct 2014. So which year accounts should the SC be applied to 2013 or...
  4. Replies
    9
    Views
    316

    Is it a freehold house or a leasehold flat?

    Is it a freehold house or a leasehold flat?
  5. Sorry but if you had to evict the tenants, it is...

    Sorry but if you had to evict the tenants, it is more than likely they caused the damage in the last 3 months.
  6. Replies
    12
    Views
    463

    We are be taken to court over an S20 notice that...

    We are be taken to court over an S20 notice that one of the leaseholder claims is incorrect. The notice was prepared by an experienced managing agent so I do not think it is foolish if the MA feels...
  7. Replies
    31
    Views
    1,614

    Buy with vacant possession as The house is in an...

    Buy with vacant possession as The house is in an area for demand so you should not have a large void and you can get the extra 50 pounds a month.
  8. Your case is against the tenants and not the...

    Your case is against the tenants and not the letting agency. The tenants could have refused entry to the LA or the damage could have been caused just before they left. As long as you have an...
  9. Read your lease and see whose responsible. May...

    Read your lease and see whose responsible. May be time to do RTM.
  10. Replies
    11
    Views
    332

    You could always take it to auction. That may...

    You could always take it to auction. That may spur them on.
  11. Replies
    11
    Views
    332

    Maybe they dont have the 100K to pay.

    Maybe they dont have the 100K to pay.
  12. You need to see the accounts in question with the...

    You need to see the accounts in question with the income and expenditure sheet.
  13. Replies
    16
    Views
    803

    My advice would be to pay for a solicitor to read...

    My advice would be to pay for a solicitor to read the lease very carefully and see exactly what the obligations are. Then go to the FTT to get a manager appointed to sort it out and deal with...
  14. Replies
    9
    Views
    213

    On structural alterations, they can refuse to...

    On structural alterations, they can refuse to give consent and there is very little you can do legally to make them consent. They may be reluctant as more bedrooms, more people, more noise. That's...
  15. Replies
    9
    Views
    213

    You are assuming that a share of freehold equates...

    You are assuming that a share of freehold equates to consent - it does not.

    Even where you own a share of the freehold the other co-owners are not bound to consent to such an arrangement. You...
  16. Replies
    9
    Views
    213

    It's not about rewarding them. As freeholders,...

    It's not about rewarding them. As freeholders, they are entitled to a premium and it is also within their rights to refuse any alterations.
  17. Replies
    9
    Views
    213

    Offer money!

    Offer money!
  18. Replies
    60
    Views
    2,784

    9 out of 10 times, these tenants usually have the...

    9 out of 10 times, these tenants usually have the latest and largest TV:(grin):
  19. You will need a Deed of Variation to the lease...

    You will need a Deed of Variation to the lease showing that the loft belongs to you and that you have permission to convert the loft into living space, to include a mansard subject to planning...
  20. How long are you planning to keep the flat? if...

    How long are you planning to keep the flat? if you plan to sell in the next few years, it may be worth going with the 125 year extension
  21. Replies
    1
    Views
    119

    Suggest you ask for the matter to be addressed at...

    Suggest you ask for the matter to be addressed at an AGM. Find out who else has uPVC windows.
  22. You CANNOT evict as you are not the named...

    You CANNOT evict as you are not the named landlord. You may not have a TA, but the tenant may. You do not receive any rent to prove you are the landlord.

    You are opening up a major can of worms-...
  23. No as you are not named on the TA. You willmost...

    No as you are not named on the TA. You willmost likely need to employ a solicitor to sort it out unless you and your father can come to an agreement.
  24. If the housing benefit was paid direct to the...

    If the housing benefit was paid direct to the landlord in all cases, I suspect many more landlords would be willing to rent out properties to people on benefits and take out the risk of not being...
  25. I suggest you call an EGM to discuss this with...

    I suggest you call an EGM to discuss this with all shareholders. This is a major decision as Ram has pointed out and the freeholder needs to get all the relevant info to make an informed decision as...
Results 1 to 25 of 450
Page 1 of 18 1 2 3 4