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Good afternoon, thank you for contacting Just Answer my name is***** am a solicitor and I will be assisting you today. Can you provide me some further background information so that I can best advsie you?
Your upstairs neigbour can sell their property without your permission, and it would be up to the neighbour to grant permission to allow works to be undertaken by the new owners.
A notice fee, is a fee paid by the new property owner to notify the landlord/freeholder that they are the new owners.
The fee varies by each landlord/management company. In relation to the buildings insurance this would be dependent on the terms of the lease.
Yes the terms of the lease would remain the same, unless there was a deed of variation entered into.
I can review the terms of the lease if you would like however, as this is a premium service I would be required to generate a quote for the works. Once generated you can either accept or reject the quote.
Can you confirm whether you would like to accept or reject the offer?
I presume you do not wish to accept the offer. Hopefully I have answered your question above and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me further.
Thank you, ***** ***** send across a copy of the lease and then highlight the parts you would like advise on. I have done this before on several occasions without any issues.
Photos would be fine
Yes that is fine.
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