Hello. I am a solicitor with 20 years experience. I will try to help you with this.
This will depend on the details of your contract with the bank. Presumably you discussed that with your ssolicitor before he grated the lease. What was his advice in general terms.
I think that sounds right. Are trhe bank claimin theyhave the right to do this? If so what do they say gives them this right?
Can I be honest with you. You have a solicitor who is properly familiar with the contents of the lease and your agreement with the bank. These are both detailed documents He is also familiar with detailed chronology of granting the lease, including the bank's conduct. I am not sure that this service will be able to give you anything even remotely as useful as the advice fri]om your own solicitor.
I don't think you will be able to make yourself sure here. It may be that one of my colleagues takes a different view so I will opt out of the question and see if anyone else takes it up.
I was told this would be passed to a colleague. But have heard nothing.
how do i follow this up