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Hi thank you for your message, is the lease meant to be registered with the land registry?
Unfortunately, I have no suggestions so I shall opt out for another expert to assist.
Good morning, when you bought the property can you clarify what documents your solicitor at the time reviewed? Could you forward me a copy of the Land Registry correspondence?
I see, I note the contents of the land registry documents. Under the circumstances you would need to get a new lease drafted. Do you know if the other properties in the building have a Leas assigned to their property? If so this would need to be a template for drafting the one for your property, with the appropriate parts amended. Then the landlord as well as your buyers solicitors would need to approve the same. Hope this helps?
Is it a detached building or what is the structure of the property?
Are no leases available for the other terraced houses?
Under the circumstances my comments from 07.06 still apply. You would need to get a new lease drafted and have it registered under the title. You will need to make contact with the freeholder to consent to this, if there are no other leases in the devolpment that could be used as a template you will just need to instruct a solicitor to draft a new lease entirely. But even if Pinestone stopped asking for money you need to make contact with them or find out if they have been taken over by another company. Perhaps conduct a companies house search. You will not be able to progress without a response from them. Hope this helps for now?
Is there anything else I can help with, otherwise I would appreciate if you could accept my answer. Many thanks
No problem, thank you.