As a leaseholder in a block of flats you’ll no doubt be aware that you and your fellow residential leaseholders are legally entitled to collectively purchase the freehold of your block – known as a collective enfranchisement.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, this can be a complex process with the potential for hiccups along the way, particularly if the freeholder decides to mount a strong defence.
Leasehold enfranchisement solicitors
If you are considering embarking on the enfranchisement process, Brady Solicitors’ specialist legal team can help with:
- Preparation of information for the action
- Setting up the company
- Serving the Initial Notice
- Responding to the landlord’s requests for substantiation of the claim
- Conveyancing of the title
- Amending the terms of the lease after enfranchisement
Contact Brady Solicitors for an expert view on enfranchisement
As property management specialists we can provide you with expert, professional advice on the full range of leasehold enfranchisement queries.
Contact us on 0115 985 3450 or get in touch and we’ll help you to understand your position and the best way forward.