FAQs

Your questions answered

  • All
  • Collective Enfranchisement
  • FAQs
  • General
  • Ground Rent
  • Leases
  • Section 166 demand for ground rent
  • Section 20 Notice of major works
  • Section 3 Notice
  • Section 5 Right of First Refusal
  • Selling freehold ground rents
  • Valuing freehold ground rents
All
  • All
  • Collective Enfranchisement
  • FAQs
  • General
  • Ground Rent
  • Leases
  • Section 166 demand for ground rent
  • Section 20 Notice of major works
  • Section 3 Notice
  • Section 5 Right of First Refusal
  • Selling freehold ground rents
  • Valuing freehold ground rents
FAQsSection 20 Notice of major works

Do I have to pay for major works to my freehold property?

The leases usually dictate that it is the leaseholder’s responsbility to pay for major works to the building. Learn more about organising repairs and major works here.

FAQsSection 166 demand for ground rent

How do I prepare and serve a Section 166 Demand for ground rent?

If you are not familiar with this process, you should consider seeking advice from industry professionals or a qualified solicitor. Learn more about the section 166 Notice here.

FAQsSection 166 demand for ground rent

How much does your Section 166 ground rent demand service cost?

This varies based on the number of Section 166 Demand Notices required. Please contact us for further information.

FAQsSection 166 demand for ground rent

How quickly can you prepare and serve Section 166 demand notices?

This depends on how quickly and easily we can obtain the required information. This consists of the arrears, copies of the leases, copies of any previous demands and address details for the leaseholders. Once we have this information, notices can be issued within 24 hours.

FAQsSection 166 demand for ground rent

Will you take further action if my tenants still don’t pay their ground rent?

No, if further action is required, you may need to seek advice from a qualified solicitor.

FAQsSection 166 demand for ground rent

Do I need a solicitor to prepare and serve Section 166 Demand Notices to my leaseholders?

No, you do not need a solicitor to prepare and serve Section 166 Demand Notices. We can provide this service on your behalf as a low cost option. Alternatively, if you are knowledgeable of the requirements of Section 166, you can request a free Section 166 Demand template from us to prepare and serve yourself. Learn more about our Section 166 Demand solutions here.