Freeholders Understanding Leasehold Enfranchisement

Leasehold enfranchisement legislation is complex and requires specialist assistance to be able to understand your rights and obligations. Our members are able to supply expert advice and assistance on any questions you may have relating to any proposed offer to extend the lease of a flat or to deal with a sale of a freehold interest.

In particular, if you are served with the Notice seeking to extend a lease (Section 42 Notice) or the Notice seeking to buy a freehold (Section 13 Notice) then you need to seek specialist help immediately.

You can search for barristers, managing agents, project managers, solicitors or valuers who are specialists in leasehold enfranchisement and will be able to provide you with qualified advice.

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You can search for barristers, managing agents, project managers, solicitors or valuers who are all specialists in leasehold enfranchisement and will be able to provide you with qualified advice.

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