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Can a freeholder change the wording of my lease because it

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Can a freeholder change the wording of my lease because it doesn't suit his current position
He claims the solicitor who drew up my lease was negligent and that it is common practice
For solicitors to cut corners when drawing up leases
Thre original freeholder went into liquidation and the current owner purchased the freehold from the liquidator
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 2 years ago.
The freeholder can not in law unilaterally change the terms of the lease. It would need to be agreed with you. If the solicitor was negligent as he suggests then that is a matter between him and the solicitor. I hope that this helps = please rate positive
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