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  1. I think you're looking at the position in a very...

    I think you're looking at the position in a very limited view - if someone wants to hold a property as an investment, in my professional opinion they will achieve a higher rent by having the lease...
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    If there is an intensification of the use, you...

    If there is an intensification of the use, you may require a consent for the first floor.
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    If the property is subject to VAT then VAT will...

    If the property is subject to VAT then VAT will be payable on the purchase price yes. You can personally register for VAT - the issue is, if you recover the VAT from the purchase, then you will need...
  4. Worth mentioning that the tenant will probably...

    Worth mentioning that the tenant will probably have the usual alienation provisions - ie the right to assign or sublet with consent (which is not to be unreasonably withheld).
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    I agree with Lawcruncher - by the sounds of...

    I agree with Lawcruncher - by the sounds of things the OP doesn't have the necessary knowledge or understanding to carry out the same. Just because a lease has an upwards only provision, it does not...
  6. Sounds to me like you did a very stupid deal and...

    Sounds to me like you did a very stupid deal and will be lucky if you're able to remedy this.

    I don't know who Mervin is, but his ascertains are wrong. No one on this planet could argue that...
  7. What action, if any, have the tenant taken?

    What action, if any, have the tenant taken?
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    Long Leasehold Residential Insurance

    Hi All,

    I manage a commercial property which has a residential tenant on first floor. Insurance fell due back in September, notice was served on the tenants requiring payment. Issue is this:- Long...
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    Sounds like a degree question to me - think I...

    Sounds like a degree question to me - think I even had a similar question from the CEM a couple of years ago.

    1 - forfeiture - non-payment of rent, mutual agreement - negotiation to take a...
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    Why is that outrageous. If the rent is £14,000...

    Why is that outrageous. If the rent is £14,000 and you have 12 years left to run on it, you owe him £168,000 with the addition that he will be liable for business rates, utility standing charges etc....
  11. Yes, you should hold a copy of the deed of...

    Yes, you should hold a copy of the deed of assignment. In addition you should also hold a copy of an AGA if applicable. A solicitor could not recommend his client complete on a property purchase on...
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    When they make an application to the magistrates,...

    When they make an application to the magistrates, would a case not be against a defendant - ie the magistrates gave consent on the basis that the case was brought against someone that owed them...
  13. If the lease expired in 2011 and no action was...

    If the lease expired in 2011 and no action was taken, it would be very difficult to argue that the occupiers are occupying on anything other than a protected tenancy. Indeed the 54 Act itself makes...
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    Was the property conveyed to the new owner via a...

    Was the property conveyed to the new owner via a deed? All conveyances of property interests within land need to be contained within a deed.
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    You don't have any of it in any form of writing?...

    You don't have any of it in any form of writing? If not well he's under the obligation of contract... BUT... can you prove it?

    Further, can he enter the property and change the locks? Probably....
  16. Many of my clients pay agents to fully manage...

    Many of my clients pay agents to fully manage their properties and I would expect this service to be included. For many of them it's impractical to travel to the property in question to read the...
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    I've not really read much of this topic. but one...

    I've not really read much of this topic. but one thing RaM omits to mention is that if you're in a multi-let property with shared utilities is that your Landlord will covenant to maintain the...
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    They should be able to provide you a figure for...

    They should be able to provide you a figure for the cost of the work they're undertaking. Its a fairly simple process for the management agents/landlords solicitors - but something they always make a...
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    So are you saying you will divide the shops into...

    So are you saying you will divide the shops into two and have separate access to both shop? Bear in mind that the VOA aren't necessarily interested in the leaseholder, but more the rateable occupier....
  20. I know of cases particularly with smaller...

    I know of cases particularly with smaller properties where Landlords require an upfront payment or contribution of fees. You can say no, but it all really depends upon the negotiating strengths of...
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    In reality, the person who sat before your...

    In reality, the person who sat before your previous hearing probably had very little knowledge of the process - they've many areas of law to be involved with. With dilapidations, it is uncommon for...
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    It sounds quite a simple one... when you say the...

    It sounds quite a simple one... when you say the tenant signed a FR&I lease, I assume it had the usual wording "to put and keep in good repair?" or words to that effect.

    The costs are the costs,...
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    Generally most landowners will be aware of the...

    Generally most landowners will be aware of the situation prior to making the offer to purchase, any purchaser should be well aware of the situation and have taken proper legal advice as to the status...
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    I'm a bit late in on this one... But to the OP,...

    I'm a bit late in on this one... But to the OP, are you paying rent or providing services in lieu of a rent? LTA 1954 will undoubtedly entitle you to a new lease at a market level if you can satisfy...
  25. Have you not gone down the route of a S146 notice...

    Have you not gone down the route of a S146 notice seeking forfeiture? Or CRAR?
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