Thank you for your answer to may question. I am going to contact the freeholders and get a copy of the lease. Can I still come back once I receive a response from the other party without incurring further charges. Many thanks
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I am still waiting to hear from you.
As per your request the following relevant wordings of uploaded documents are:
1st Document is an e-mail dated 13/07/2014 from myself to *****@******.***
In reply to your e-mail of 10 July 2014 please see attached scanned copies of my three letters
13/10/2008, 10/4/2011 and 09/07/2012, regarding my request for a copy of your lease.
I, as I am sure you are, am eager to solve this matter swiftly and courteously. However, denying
me my right to a copy of your lease terms and conditions does not help solve matters. Under
the Data of Protection Act the maximum charge for a copy of lease should be no more than
£10.00, not your suggested charge of £120.00 for a copy of this document. Please let me have a
copy of the April 1994 lease terms and conditions, either in the name of late Ms S. Shariff or in
my name as appointed executor of the estate. This will help me find out more about your
"within this time frame" claim, so that I can better understand your midway demand for
increased rental payment by 31 July 2014.
The second document is e-mail from Asset Management quoting:
organizations hold about them.
The lease relates to the property and as such would not be covered under the above provisions,
therefore as previously advised if you wish to obtain a copy of the lease from us there is a charge of
£120 or alternatively, you can seek to obtain a copy from the solicitors who acted in the purchase of
the property or from the Land Registry.
We would also advise that the information which you seek is stated within Legislation governing the
For reference, Section 19 of the Limitation Act 1980 states:
19 Time limit for actions to recover rent.
No action shall be brought, or distress made, to recover arrears of rent, or damages in respect of arrears of rent,
after the expiration of six years from the date on which the arrears became due.
Please note from my e-mail of 13/07/2014 (mentioned above) I requested for April 1994 terms and conditions either in the name of my late daughter Miss S Shariff or in my name as executor of her estate. What I am interested in is that is this midway demand "within the time frame" still valid after more than three months of actual due date of 01/04/2014. The deadline for additional rent payment is 31/07/2014. Many thanks and kind regards - Mohamed
Thank you for your reply advising me to contact ICO. I have decided to no longer pursue my complaint as it is getting far too technical. For peace of mind I would rather pay the additional ground rent of £121.14 and close the matter. Many thanks for your assistance. Kind regards - Mohamed