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Would this reply to each variation (alteation) i would like to do in the flat? i.e. any internal wall removal etc?
Is there no provision for being reasonable?
If the Lease for the Flat does stipulate that no alterations shall be made without Landlord's (Freeholder's) consent, you would indeed need to get consent off both the other 2 Freeholders each tome yu wished to carry out such alterations.
There is no provision for being "reasonable" as regards XXXXX XXXXX there is a covenant in the Lease, it needs to be complied with, I'm afraid.
I hope this assists.
Some times the lease stipulates that freeholder consent required and then further written 'not to unreasonably be witheld'
Who decides whats reasonable? Its more complicated when the freeholder are the long lease holders as oppose to a commercial landlord
Also , if there where to be 100 share of freehold lessees, would you require all 100 to consent to alteration, wouldn't 99 be enough?
In large Blocks of Flats, the Freehold would normally be registered in the name of a Company, and you would just apply to the Company or their Managing Agents for consent to alterations, so not all the residents would thankfully have to consent.