Leasehold houses in the UK can run as long as 999 years – or perhaps even longer. But as far as flats or apartments are concerned, a typical lease can last between 99 and 125 years.
If you have less than 80 years remaining on your lease, this could pose the following problems:
Fortunately, leaseholders in the UK have rights enshrined in English law, and Mander Hadley are able to assist you in:
Regardless of your situation, a number of criteria will need to be met before a purchase or lease extension can be granted, relating to both the leaseholder and the property itself.
Fortunately, our team can guide you through the process step-by-step, ensure you are fully aware of your rights, and assist in any necessary negotiations with your landlord.
Contact us now and let us take care of your legal needs. You are in safe hands at Mander Hadley.
For more information please consult our Lease extensions Experts: