How to avoid paying for your conveyancing twice in 2020, with no sale, no fee conveyancing
The term Collective Enfranchisement refers to a process where qualifying tenants within a block of flats can buy their freehold from their landlord. Lease Extension specialist Callie Tuplin advises on if you qualify for Collective Enfranchisement.
Holmes & Hills advise clients on the upcoming changes to capital gains tax, which may well affect those looking to sell letting properties in 2020.
Do you own a share in the company who owns your freehold building? If so, Callie Tuplin can help you to extend your lease.
Every leaseholder in England and Wales has a statutory right to extend their lease, provided they meet certain requirements. Leading lease extension solicitor Callie Tuplin examines what makes you a qualifying leaseholder.
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