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I appreciate these leasehold enquiries may have been requested a while ago, but if your Landlord has only received his admin fee last Monday, you will have to give him until say Wednesday to hopefully get the replies to your Solicitor, especially if he is an elderly person who may find the questions less than simple.(On average, Managing Agents take at least 2 weeks to answer standard Leasehold enquiries).
I'm sorry this doesn't help you, but I am just trying to be honest with you -from a Solicitor's pont of view, giving your Landlord until Wednesday is the sensible thing to do. Yes, we could chase the Landlord, but that runs the risk of him delaying matters further if he feels he is being harrassed. Us Solicitors don't have any magic power to get answers from a person if they are not forthcoming. As your Estate Agent should know, many Leasehold sales are held up due to outstanding Landlord enquiries.
What I can suggest, however, is that if you are concerned, you should have a gentle conversation directly with your Landlord and perhaps say you may lose your Buyer if there is any delay, and could he please do all he can to get replies back asap.
I hope this sets out the legal position to you.