Leasehold flats/houses with management company involvement

Year Published: 2015

If you are buying a leasehold property, it is vital that a solicitor looks at the lease as this forms the contract between the occupier (leaseholder/tenant) and the freehold owner (Landlord) as to the duties and responsibilities for both parties. You should also be supplied with accounts so you can assess expenditure to date, as well as taking into account management fees and what this money is used for.

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