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The Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (LRHUDA 1993) sets down the elements of the freeholder’s costs that can be recovered from the tenant in a claim for:
a lease extension, or
Broadly, the tenant must pay the reasonable costs incurred in:
any investigation (reasonably undertaken) of the right to a new lease (and, in the case of collective enfranchisement, providing abstracts and copies to the nominee purchaser)
obtaining a valuation, and
the grant of a new lease or the sale of the freehold
In the case of a lease extension, this includes the costs of the competent landlord, as well as any intermediate landlord and any third party to the tenant’s lease. In the case of collective enfranchisement, this includes the ‘reversioner’ and any other ‘relevant landlord’.
Costs are only regarded as reasonable if and to the extent the freeholder or intermediate landlord would reasonably be expected to have incurred t
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