I am suprised that there are many questions that are relevant for the freeholder to answer. The whole point of the criss-cross scheme is generally that no ground rent is payable and that each flat's lessee insures their own part of the building.
Unfortunaltey some buyer's solicitors have this habit of sending sets of standard management enquiries which can be really inappropriate in this kind of situation.
Only thing I can immediately think of is to get freeholder to confirm that there are no breaches of covenant on your part.
Last edited by Richard Webster; 09-01-2013 at 20:22 PM.
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