When you purchase a freehold property, you are legally required to inform tenants that you are their new landlord. Get your free, Section 3 template today.
If you’re selling a freehold privately, you’ll need to serve Section 5A Notices on qualifying tenants to offer them the Right of First Refusal.
When selling a freehold by public auction, you’ll need to serve Section 5B Notices on qualifying tenants to offer them the Right of First Refusal.
If your freehold property requires major works, you may need to serve the Section 20 Notice. Start the consultation procedure with our free template.
Any demand for ground rent must be made using a Section 166 Notice. We offer two solutions to help you retrieve rent for up to six previous years.
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