I am just about to sell my leasehold flat, but the freeholder is refusing to give us a copy of the buildings insurance certificate for the past five years. the freeholder has not sent me a bill for five years. I am happy to pay the money but I want proof of what I am paying for, which seems reasonable and good business to me. the freeholder says I am being unreasonable, but I just want to ensure that the money owned is being spent on what is should have been spent on and not liningtheir pockets. also the cost is approx. £250 a year, for a one bed garden flat, does this seem about right? Any advice would be very much appreicated.