In this article, I look at the right of the tenants to take over the management of the property. This may well be useful where it is not possible to compel the landlord to sell the freehold, perhaps because a substantial number of the flats are still rented out.
In this article, I look at the position when the landlord decides he has had enough and tries to sell the property over the heads of the flat owners.
In the previous article, I examined the right of the flat owners acting collectively to compel the landlord to sell them the freehold in the property. In this article, I look at the right of individual flat owners to compel the landlord to extend their lease.
Leases are complicated enough to send most people to sleep before they have reached the second page and it takes a special talent (or really bad insomnia) to read all the way through to the end. Nonetheless, even if you get to the last page, your lease will not have mentioned any of the following benefits that Parliament has bestowed upon you...
HMG has made a number of announcements of support for the chargepoint infrastructure. Planning law has been relaxed; permission, usually a major factor and delay in green agenda projects, is not required where certain conditions are met. Regulation looks benign, with Ofgem taking a sensible view on the issue of whether a licence for supply will be required at charging stations