Collective Enfranchisement - Getting Started
Outlining the qualification criteria and procedure in relation to collective enfranchisement (buying the freehold) of a residential leasehold building (flats)
If you bought a new built property and have a copy of your lease, your freeholder will be named on the lease.
Otherwise, if you receive ground rent demands, the name and the address of the freeholder should be on the demand. The name and address of the freeholder should be on each service charge demand if the freeholder manages the property.
Finally you can contact the Land Registry to find out who the registered freeholder is and if necessary obtain a copy of the freehold title register.
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