Resources

  • All
  • Enfranchisement
  • Freeholder Responsibilities
  • Ground Rents
  • Lease Extensions
  • Property Market
  • Resources
  • Right of First Refusal
  • Right to Manage
  • Selling freehold
All
  • All
  • Enfranchisement
  • Freeholder Responsibilities
  • Ground Rents
  • Lease Extensions
  • Property Market
  • Resources
  • Right of First Refusal
  • Right to Manage
  • Selling freehold
Change sign hanging on a front door to a home Right to Manage

The Law Commission’s quest to reform Right to Manage

With the Law Commission’s final report on exercising the Right to Manage set to be published this spring, we could see more freeholders losing control …

Read More
Commonhold - hands holding together Property Market

A guide to commonhold

Commonhold is the rarest type of property ownership throughout England and Wales. In fact, it’s so uncommon that many people are completely unaware of its …

Read More
Building maintenance taking place on a block of flats Freeholder Responsibilities

A guide to the Section 20 consultation process

As a landlord of a residential freehold, there is a good possibility that you will be required to organise major works. Major works are usually …

Read More
Freeholder with responsibilities holding block of flats in hands Freeholder Responsibilities

I’m a freeholder – what are my responsibilities?

As a freeholder, you own a plot of land and any property or structures that sit upon it. This property may be divided into flats …

Read More
Residential property made out of paper with three stacks of coins to the side Enfranchisement

Can you be forced to sell your freehold?

Many freeholders may not be aware but under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993, leaseholders are legally entitled to purchase the freehold …

Read More
A row of colourful residential properties containing leasehold flats Enfranchisement

A landlord’s guide to enfranchisement and collective enfranchisement

If you’re a freeholder of a residential property or a building containing two or more flats, you’ll need to be aware of enfranchisement and collective …

Read More