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Rights and Remedies for Leaseholders

A detailed overview of Leaseholder rights and the actions they can take to address problems with their Service Charge, Lease and the Management of their Building and Development…

Facts about the Leasehold System

Our guide to the key facts about the Residential Leasehold system in England and Wales.…

How much should my Service Charge be?

An in-depth discussion of the factors which determine the amount of a Leaseholder's Service Charge bill.…

Right to Buy

Basic Facts about Right to Buy It is estimated that over 2 million homes have been sold under the Right to Buy Scheme since it began in 1980. Under the…

How to Dispute a Service Charge

A step by step guide to disputing residential Service Charges in England and Wales.…

10 Common Mistakes Landlords Make with Service Charges

Whilst no two properties are exactly the same, nor landlords, there certain things which we see landlords getting wrong time and time again. If you are concerned about your Service Charge…

Apportionment of Service Charges

How are Service Chargeable Cost divided between the properties in a Building? The process by which the total cost of the services provided by a landlord (or managing agent) gets…

How to understand your lease

Basic Facts about Leases A Lease is a binding legal contract between Leaseholder and Landlord, and possibly one or more third parties such as a Management Company. There is no…

Why you should check your lease

Why Checking Your Lease is important The starting place for resolving any service charge dispute is your lease. Your lease tells you: Who provides the services where you live and…

Qualifying Long Term Agreements

What is a qualifying Long Term Agreement? A ‘Qualifying Long Term Agreement’ is a contract between a landlord and a company or individual to supply goods, services, or works to…

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