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  1. Yes the freeholder is reponsible, but that...

    Yes the freeholder is reponsible, but that doesn't mean that all freeholders take care of the building. As there is no provision in the lease for repairs and maintenance, the freeholder will have a...
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    Nothing worse than a difficult leaseholder. ...

    Nothing worse than a difficult leaseholder.

    Termination of directors will be stated in your memorandum and there is a certian procedure about terminating them. Read up up in Companies House.
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    In that case, complete OC2 and send it to Land...

    In that case, complete OC2 and send it to Land Registry. However you can't download it, but your solicitor should be able to.
  4. Even if you decrease the price, there is no...

    Even if you decrease the price, there is no guarantee that the works will be done especially if there are no maintenance and service charges in the lease.
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    Leases typically don't change so if the old one...

    Leases typically don't change so if the old one is dated from when the flat was converted, that will be the current lease.
  6. What is shown on the original floorplan? If it...

    What is shown on the original floorplan? If it is a doorway, then no you shouldn't need permission.
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    You are never guaranteed rent (unless he pays 5...

    You are never guaranteed rent (unless he pays 5 years upfront) or that he will look after the property.
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    We were charged £945 for a Section 20 notice in...

    We were charged £945 for a Section 20 notice in addition to a 15% management fee (£3500) ? Would this be considered unreasonable? The fees are allowed in the lease but the Section 20 notice seems...
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    Yes the damp company who did a free in depth...

    Yes the damp company who did a free in depth survey did not find any work that needed their specialist treatment saying all the damp was result of visible structural cracks and cracked seals....
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    Decided to complain to RICS and then Ombudsman.

    Decided to complain to RICS and then Ombudsman.
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    To me it is obvious, the tenants are subletting...

    To me it is obvious, the tenants are subletting without permission. Most likely is prohibited in their AST. I would start looking asap for a new room or accomodation.
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    MA negligent in delaying repairs

    We have a situation where damp was reported into the basement flat last April. A survey was done by a damp specialist company hired by the leaseholder who declared the problem to be structural and...
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    MA won't claim on insurance

    The basement flat has had a problem with damp that was reported to the MA in December. The water ingress was determined to be coming from the steps and remedial works were done and the problem...
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    Even if you pay for a consultant, they still do...

    Even if you pay for a consultant, they still do not have to grant consent. I think you are going to be fighting a loosing battle as their objections are valid ones in my opinion.
  15. It is a made up address. We are buying the...

    It is a made up address. We are buying the entire freehold. The lease describes the entire building as 22 Kings Cross Drive, london W12.

    This includes the basement which is known as lower ground...
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    Would this situation not be classified as an HMO...

    Would this situation not be classified as an HMO and need all the licensing and regulations adhered to?

    As well, can you be a live in landlord as you do not own the property?
  17. Collective enfranchisement initial notice - which address to use?

    We are in the process of collectively purchasing the freehold for our building. I have received the initial notice from the solicitor and have a question about the address of the property and which...
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    I am not sure if your water is metered, but in...

    I am not sure if your water is metered, but in some old converted buildings where the water supply is not separated, each flat is charged a standard rate. If the water is metered, then separate the...
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    Steel bath cheap and more robust

    Steel bath cheap and more robust
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    No, your rights and priviledges s are only what...

    No, your rights and priviledges s are only what is written in your lease.
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    Mist likely the terrace is not demised to the...

    Mist likely the terrace is not demised to the flat so the landlord cannot install a fence. It shouldn't be used as it doesn't belong to the landlord.
  22. So why are you asking how to do this for this...

    So why are you asking how to do this for this property.. Ask a bank about setting up a Co account which must be a trust and interest bearing account.
  23. Was the friend living with the previous tenant...

    Was the friend living with the previous tenant and was their name on the original tenancy agreement?
  24. I would suggest you ask for an EGM when it is a...

    I would suggest you ask for an EGM when it is a suitable time for yourself and the others and do it via skype and iron out all the issues and see if you can get a manager appointed.

    It is bad...
  25. Diversity, The new owners do not automatically...

    Diversity,

    The new owners do not automatically become directors or Company Secretary - read up your memorandum or articles as usually they have to be voted. Likewise it will be difficult to get...
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