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Is the landlord entitled to charge a fee for varying the lease?

If the lease is being varied by agreement, any fee payable will be based on the terms of that agreement.

If an application is made to the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) for an order to vary the lease each party usually bears their own costs but the Tribunal has discretion to make an award. The order may also require compensation to be paid to anyone likely to be disadvantaged by the variation.

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