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On a statutory residential lease extension, is it the freeholder's or the leaseholder's responsibility to arrange for a third party to the lease (eg a management company) to execute the new lease?

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Published on LexisPSL on 01/09/2017

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  • On a statutory residential lease extension, is it the freeholder's or the leaseholder's responsibility to arrange for a third party to the lease (eg a management company) to execute the new lease?

On a statutory residential lease extension, is it the freeholder's or the leaseholder's responsibility to arrange for a third party to the lease (eg a management company) to execute the new lease?

Where there is a third party to the existing lease, or to any collateral agreement, then he must be made a party to the new lease or collateral agreement. However, the third party cannot thereby be required to discharge any function after the term date of the existing lease.

However, where it is necessary

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