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I have agreed the terms of the lease extension but the landlord is refusing to complete. What can I do?

The following applies only if you have formally agreed a lease extension with the landlord. There are strict time lines set out in the law that each party must comply with.

If a new lease has not been entered into within 2 months of the agreement or Tribunal decision, either party can make an application to the County Court for an order to deal with the conclusion of the lease extension.

This application must be made within 4 months of the date of the agreement or the decision of the Tribunal.


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