The enfranchisement process, whether through the statutory or voluntary route, is complex. Our team of solicitors have extensive experience in all voluntary and statutory enfranchisement matters (both under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 and the Leasehold Reform Act 1967).
JB Leitch Real Estate Limited acts for both landlords and leaseholders on collective enfranchisement matters, providing expert advice tailored to each individual case whether the enfranchisement is voluntary or statutory. The majority of our work involving leasehold enfranchisement is completed on a fixed fee basis.
We carry out all parts of the enfranchisement process including:
Initial title check and qualifying criteria review
Liaising with our client’s nominated valuer
Drafting and serving the notice/counter notice
Dealing with FTT proceedings
Drafting/reviewing the new lease
Ensuring registration of the new lease at HM Land Registry
In light of the ongoing leasehold reform consultations and recent media spotlight on leasehold houses, a large proportion of our practice now focuses on individual sales of freeholds.
We are able to confidently advise our clients throughout the enfranchisement process, draft all necessary documentation and ensure that the registration process is completed to a time-scale that meets our clients’ needs.
DOWNLOAD OUR 'INSIDER'S GUIDE TO ENFRANCHISEMENT' HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ENFRANCHISEMENT PROCESS.