Leasehold Enfranchisement

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Collective enfranchisement is the process by which a group of leaseholders in a block apply to purchase the freehold.

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You are entitled to do this provided that there are at least two flats in the building and at least two thirds of the flats are let to long leaseholders and not more than 25 % of the building is non-residential. At least 50% of the leaseholders must take part in the claim.

Our legal team can assist you with the process from start to finish.

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