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Modules 1, 2, and, 3 explain: Residential leases, the responsibility of a director, and the basics of financial management.

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How can I find out if my property is leasehold?

If you own a flat or a house which has a lease then this is an indication that you own a leasehold property.

A lease document should have been given to you with your purchase pack from the solicitor who advised on the purchase.

You can also ask the mortgage lender who will have information on your title.

Alernatively, you can go to the Land Registry website and search for an entry for your property. Most property is registered and you should be able to obtain a copy of your title who will confirm whether the property is freehold or leasehold.


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