Flats – Extension of lease
The Leasehold Reform Housing & Urban Development Act 1993 (as amended) allows anyone who has a residential long lease to obtain an additional 90 years subject to a formal procedure and certain caveats.
Last & Mazin offer expert advice to both Landlords & Tenants and are able to assist in navigating this complicated area of valuation and law.
We have a published fee scale so you always know the extent of our fees and are delighted to offer a short free initial advice service.
We work together with your solicitor to help you understand the process in terms of the initial Section 42 Notice (Tenants requests), Section 45 (Counter Notice) and onwards through the negotiation stage.
Should this matter proceed to the First Tier Tribunal Service (formerly Leasehold Valuation Tribunal) we can offer an expert service with valuation and third party submissions.
Enfranchisement – buying a share of your Freehold
Collective Enfranchisement under the Leasehold Reform Housing & Urban Development Act 1993 (as amended) allows leaseholders, under certain circumstances, to purchase the Freehold of their building and take control as to the day-to-day running of their building.
Last & Mazin are able to guide you and your fellow leaseholders through the maze of legislation, provide a written valuation report as to its value and thereafter we will deal with the negotiations which will undoubtedly ensue.
We have a published fee scale and are delighted to offer free initial advice.
Our surveyors regularly provide a “good old-fashioned service” and you will always have contact with expert Chartered Surveyors, who in turn will liaise with your solicitor, to help ensure that you are kept fully up-to-date and appraised of both law and valuation matters.