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As I understand, it hasn't got as far as a tribunal.It has simply been drawn up. As I have a buyer who says he can get a mortgage to buy the flat if the lease extension is "in place" by that I should imagine this means figure agreed by the freeholder. My surveyor said it should be IRO £35,000 but freeholder said no, £69,000 and wouldn't come down. This figure is crazy! As I had a buyer who wanted it without the lease extension, I said I wouldn't continue to go to the tribunal, but now this woman wants to drop her offer to something ridiculous so i've told her where to go! This solicitor says I now have to wait a year before I can start again. Is that so when it never actually for as far as the tribunal.