Quiz - how well do you understand your lease?
Understand the key things you should know about your lease. If you are a purchaser, this can help make sure your solicitor has covered all of these points and explained them clearly to you.
A lease is a contract between you as a leaseholder and the landlord. So if you breach the terms of your lease, you would be breaching the terms of such contract.
If you are found by the court to be in breach of the lease, the court could order you to pay damages, legal costs and/or ask you to put right any breach if it is possible to do so.
The landlord may also seek possession of your flat which is also referred to as forfeiture.
If your landlord takes action against you for breach of the lease, you may require the services of a solicitor.
More information you might find useful:
- Service Charges and other issues: Forfeiture and possession
- Living in Leasehold Flats
- More Frequently Asked Questions on Breach of Lease
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