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Is a landlord bound to make an allowance in respect of contributions to insurance premium, service charge paid in advance and ground rent paid in advance on completion of the acquisition of the freehold in a collective enfranchisement claim?

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Produced in partnership with Elizabeth England of 42 Bedford Row
Published on LexisPSL on 04/04/2017

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  • Is a landlord bound to make an allowance in respect of contributions to insurance premium, service charge paid in advance and ground rent paid in advance on completion of the acquisition of the freehold in a collective enfranchisement claim?

The terms of acquisition on a collective enfranchisement claim are partly statutory and partly subject to agreement between the parties.

Schedule 7 of The Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 sets out those matters which should be reflected in the terms of the conveyance. These are broadly concerned rights of way, rights of support and restrictive covenants. The remaining terms are open to negotiation between the parties.

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