Buying a Leasehold Property

When you are purchasing a leasehold property, there are a number of additional issues over and above the purchase of a freehold to deal with to make sure that the property is satisfactorily transferred to you.

The Lease

One of the documents that should be reviewed by your solicitor is the Lease. This document regulates your relationship with the landlord and the other leaseholders and will set out your rights and obligations in respect of the property. For example, it will detail the service charge that you and other leasehold owners will have to contribute towards.

At Buss Murton Law, we will ensure that you have all the necessary rights to fully use the property as well as checking that the restrictions and obligations that are imposed are not too onerous. We will also check that the remaining term of the Lease is sufficient for you and your lender (if any).

The Residential Property Team

Helen Batt

Helen Batt
Partner

Kerry Carter

Kerry Carter
Partner

Graham Edwards

Graham Edwards
Partner

Gail Anthony

Gail Anthony
Licensed Conveyancer

Christina Bassett

Christina Bassett
Solicitor

Hannah Bradford-Smith

Hannah Bradford-Smith
Paralegal

Corinne Browne

Corinne Browne
Solicitor

Sharon Callery

Sharon Callery
Licensed Conveyancer

Alexandra Miles

Alexandra Miles
Trainee Solicitor

Charlotte Mortimer

Charlotte Mortimer
Junior Paralegal

Fraser Rickman

Fraser Rickman
Solicitor

Claire Shireby

Claire Shireby
Associate Solicitor

We recognise how important it is that you have confidence in your legal advisor. Therefore, if you would like to have an initial discussion before deciding how to proceed, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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01892 510 222

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Alternatively you can Email: info@bussmurton.co.uk
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