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  1. Yes Yes Yes Read this- ...

    Yes
    Yes
    Yes

    Read this-

    http://www.lease-advice.org/documents/Lease_Extension_Getting_Started.pdf
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    That is correct but have you considered- 1)...

    That is correct but have you considered-

    1) Approaching the FH directly and offering to purchase the freehold(once the RTFR notice has expired), it seems slightly odd that you have started the...
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    Seriously, forget it and move on. Collectively...

    Seriously, forget it and move on.

    Collectively offer to buy the freehold if thats what you want to achieve.

    If you get together with the other LH's, the RTFR is irrelevant now.
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    It's all pretty irrelevant. Even if they had...

    It's all pretty irrelevant.

    Even if they had been offered the RTFR, they would not have been able to exercise that right, as they would never have achieved the required majority.

    The OP should...
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    If there are 3 flats, one owned by the FH and 2...

    If there are 3 flats, one owned by the FH and 2 owned by a company, what do you own?

    The FH was sold by the mother to the son then back again? So the FH is still owned by the same person as it...
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    Because the breach if there is one (it has to be...

    Because the breach if there is one (it has to be determined by the FTT) can be remedied very easily.

    There is no chance of a judge forfeiting a lease for the removal of a post box.

    You should...
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    No chance whatsoever, they can just replace the...

    No chance whatsoever, they can just replace the post box.

    How did they deliver the letter if you have no post box :)
  8. To be honest, I'm no expert, but i'm sure others...

    To be honest, I'm no expert, but i'm sure others will correct. But I think outside of the statutory route the FH can ask what they like for the extension.

    But if you plan to sell, then look at the...
  9. You should take a look a these posts- ...

    You should take a look a these posts-

    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?11080-Approx-valuation-model-for-lease-ext
    ...
  10. If the lease expressly forbids subletting and...

    If the lease expressly forbids subletting and there is no provision for the FH to grant or permission or not unreasonably withhold permission, then they can't grant permission anyway.

    As far a...
  11. Ground rent and service charges have to be...

    Ground rent and service charges have to be demanded correctly and with the correct summary of rights to be valid.

    Read Leaseholdanswers sticky at the top of this forum for details before you do...
  12. The council is not attempting to purchase the...

    The council is not attempting to purchase the land. Section 16 just allows them to obtain particulars of persons interested in land.

    Other parts of the same act relate to compulsory purchase, but...
  13. I doubt paid for advice would give a different...

    I doubt paid for advice would give a different answer.

    The OPs question is whether they have to provide the information the council have requested.

    The answer is yes. The relevant act is quoted...
  14. You have been given good impartial advice. You...

    You have been given good impartial advice.

    You need to speak to the council. You have a good relationship with a housing officer, speak to them.

    You need to comply with the request for...
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    Actually it would be a HMO if they turn out to be...

    Actually it would be a HMO if they turn out to be unrelated.

    Although there are only 2 households, there would be 3 tenants, and therefore meeting the minimum requirements to be classed as a HMO.
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    If one or both the flats were owner occupied or...

    If one or both the flats were owner occupied or even occupied by a relative of the owner, then the HMO issue would not arise.

    In your case it sounds like the council are rigorously trying to apply...
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    Its likely your lease has a clause requiring the...

    Its likely your lease has a clause requiring the FH to ensure the other leaseholder has the same or similar terns to yours plus there are statutory or implied terns that apply also.

    You need good...
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    The housing or environment department of your...

    The housing or environment department of your local authority will enforce HMO regulations. Unfortunately they will not be able to do anything about the sound proofing other than make recommendations...
  19. The freehold does not have to be offered to you,...

    The freehold does not have to be offered to you, however if he sells the flat and retains the freehold, You and the other leaseholder will be entitled to first refusal on any future sales(there are...
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    I sympathise with your situation as I live in a...

    I sympathise with your situation as I live in a very similar type of property and understand how annoying it is.

    However lots of people cope living with this type of noise and it may be that for...
  21. It is definitely not illegal. But could be more...

    It is definitely not illegal. But could be more trouble than its worth. I installed a camera and used the evidence at the FTT with no issues, other than a nice selection of pics of people making...
  22. No its not illegal. You are within your rights to...

    No its not illegal. You are within your rights to install CCTV on your property for security reasons, but not to spy on the neighbours.

    Your neighbour could claim you're invading their privacy and...
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    Just make sure they are experienced in Landlord...

    Just make sure they are experienced in Landlord and Tenant Law.
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    Another route open to you is the planning...

    Another route open to you is the planning department of your local council.

    If there are restrictions on HMO's through an Article 4 direction in your area then the planning department may be able...
  25. I recently successfully got the FTT to determine...

    I recently successfully got the FTT to determine a breach involving single family use, but my situation was very different to yours.

    In my opinion the evidence you have is not anywhere near enough...
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