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  1. Assumptions

    There are too many Assumptions in this thread.

    The auction legal documents said that the furniture and white goods and curtains were not included in the sale.

    Have you ASKED the seller if he is...
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    Assuming all flats have the entry phone system,...

    Assuming all flats have the entry phone system, then the outside system that goes to all flats will be for the freeholder to maintain, meaning the costs are split between all leaseholders, as the...
  3. If the AST is for a furnished flat, then the...

    If the AST is for a furnished flat, then the landlord cannot change the terms of the lease without the tenants agreement.
    Neither can you when you become the tenants landlord.

    The furniture...
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    This is not residential letting, but Conveyancing...

    This is not residential letting, but Conveyancing problem of buying a house.
    Mod please move to suitable section, thanks
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    sorry, it's not a theory about ensuring...

    sorry, it's not a theory about ensuring peppercorn rent ( Ground rent ) is enough to cover the freeholders costs to comply with the lease.
    Only the freeholder can issue a Section 146, and if almost...
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    Just get on with it, BUT

    But, many, if not all, just replace a boiler, which can have the flue in a different possition, the boiler can be taller, meaning a new / revised exit for the flue.

    What most leaseholders do, is...
  7. You buy the freehold and issue yourselves with a...

    You buy the freehold and issue yourselves with a 999 year lease.
    You both pay half each, and extend your leases to whatever length of time you wish, within reason, and as you are both "The...
  8. You say there are 3 flats and initialy 3...

    You say there are 3 flats and initialy 3 shareholders.

    At the moment, one leaseholder has died, therefore the freeholder is the remaining 2.
    You cannot havd a deceased person as a shareholder, or...
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    Do as advised, have both on the tenacy. If...

    Do as advised, have both on the tenacy.
    If husband leaves, and she is not on the tenancy, then she will say she does not have to pay rent, as she never agreed to, but the outcome is the same if one...
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    Are you trying for "peaceable re-entry" to...

    Are you trying for "peaceable re-entry" to inspect the flat ?
    Your block insurance obligations will deminish if you have an unoccupied flat for more than 60 days, and any leaks that damage a flat...
  11. It is illegal to obtrain monies from your bank...

    It is illegal to obtrain monies from your bank account for other items not connected with the account the direct debit is for.
    Why do you think the bank refunded your money ?
    Because the money...
  12. Thread: Internal wall

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    You will be doing yourself a favour by not...

    You will be doing yourself a favour by not breaching the lease when you sign to obey the covenants of the lease ( no alterations ). If the freeholder DID find out, you would have a £ 25 admin charge...
  13. Me, I would call the police ( fraud department )...

    Me, I would call the police ( fraud department ) and state that money was stolen from your bank account / taken without your permission, via the council illegally using a previous direct for a...
  14. Thread: Internal wall

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    You are going to remove the wall, therefore when...

    You are going to remove the wall, therefore when you sell there will be no alterations showing, therefore a buyer cannot ask about a wall that is not there, and should not have been there.

    There...
  15. Thread: Internal wall

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    as you want to remove the temporary wall, which...

    as you want to remove the temporary wall, which is not a permanent fixure, by it's nature of being temporary, then just buy, and remove wall when you want.

    The bottom line wil be that the...
  16. andybenw, Fire regs may be relevant, but the...

    andybenw,

    Fire regs may be relevant, but the answer is Yes, you need what you were promised when you view a flat, you see French doors and assume the doors open.
    You see a cooker and assume the...
  17. As has been mentioned before, only the freeholder...

    As has been mentioned before, only the freeholder can issue an S146 request, and in doing so, can reclaim sols and admin costs.

    Suggest you contact freeholder, stating he asks / states to sols /...
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    Food for thought. the tenant does not have an...

    Food for thought.

    the tenant does not have an AST for the temp accomodation, therefore has no legal right to remain there, only a right as temp accomodation.

    If probelms are encountered, you...
  19. Yes, but HMO's were thrown in, H+S thrown in,...

    Yes, but HMO's were thrown in, H+S thrown in, Fire regs thrown in, Blocked toilets thrown in.

    Should keep to the original question ( if possible ).
  20. Therefore the Landlord has agreed that the doors...

    Therefore the Landlord has agreed that the doors should be able to be opened, as " He will look for a key"
    Your son is entitled to open the door, as the landlord has agreed, it needs a key and he...
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    As above. The tenancy is for the flat that he...

    As above.

    The tenancy is for the flat that he cannot occupy until the work is completed.
    That is his permanent address and he will move back in once the repairs are done.

    The place where he...
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    You say, "Joint periodic tenancy is in force." ...

    You say, "Joint periodic tenancy is in force."

    Then you have 2 people to sue for none payment of rent.
    If the Girl can't pay, you sue the other joint tenant for the rent.

    Tenancy has not been...
  23. Questions asked. are there many good examples of...

    Questions asked.
    are there many good examples of Directors actually being held personally responsible for anything at all ?

    Yes, scores of directors are dismissed ( by the Government ) every...
  24. They probably dissolved the company to take away...

    They probably dissolved the company to take away their liability.
    Directors who do not follow the Companies Act or Rics 80 page service charge book, or follow health and safety, can be fined and in...
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    We have £ 3 ground rent and 999 year leases, and...

    We have £ 3 ground rent and 999 year leases, and only the freeholder can ask for forfieture on service charges, etc ( that's the only way we can cet our costs back - in the lease )

    We cannot...
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