Extending your Lease or Buying your Landlord's Freehold

Many owners of long leasehold houses have the right to be able to force their landlord to sell them the freehold of their property. Owners of long leasehold flats may have the right to force their landlords to sell them a longer lease. We are able to advise you on all aspects of these processes. We can tell you whether or not you qualify in order to compel such sales and we will then guide you through the highly complex procedures, including the service of correct notices on your landlords, liaising with your surveyors and valuers and attending the Court or Tribunal where necessary. Once terms are settled or agreed, we will deal with the transfer of the freehold or the terms of the new lease, as appropriate.

We are also able to advise landlords who are facing such claims from their tenants.

 

Citywealth Leaders List 2017 more>

Top 35 Under 35: Basil Dixon and Caroline Ferrigan listed more>

Payne Hicks Beach announces four substantial promotions more>

eprivateclient's Top 25 Law Firms 2016: Payne Hicks Beach listed more>

Payne Hicks Beach recommended in Chambers Global 2016 more>

Payne Hicks Beach shortlisted for Private Client Team of the Year 2016 more>

Top 10 steps to choosing the right solicitor more>

Trump presidency: return of world’s wealthy to London property market more>

Coverage of Promotions at Payne Hicks Beach more>

Landlords: New Right to Rent checks from 1 February 2016 more>

Ask the experts more>

Ask the experts more>

The law can help neighbours in basement works disputes more>

ATED Returns - a 6 Point Action Plan more>

Landlords can avoid service charge consultation more>

Residential Landlords Deposits - have you protected yourself? more>

“Immensely strong” Chambers & Partners