Freehold or Leasehold

All property is either Freehold in which case the owner holds the property outright or Leasehold when the tenant takes a Lease from the owner at a rent spread over a fixed or periodic term.

Please use the links listed below for further helpful information:

FREEHOLD

  • Land Registry & Title Deeds
  • The different methods through which land is Sold
  • About the Charities Act 2011
  • Vacant Possession and Legal Impediment
  • What are ‘Easements’?
  • What are ‘Restrictive Covenants’?
  • Making An Offer – Freehold Applicants

LEASEHOLD

  • Commercial Lease Break Clauses
  • Full Repairing & Insuring Leases (F.R.I’s)
  • Leasing Commercial Premises
  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
  • What are ‘Covenants’?
  • What are ‘Heads of Terms’?
  • Making An Offer – Leasehold Applicants

Further Info

  • Building Regulations / Building Policy & Legislation
  • Energy Performance Certificates (EPC’s)
  • RICS – Code of Measuring Practice
  • RICS – Dilapidations
  • RICS – Land Contamination
  • Property Terms & Definitions
  • ‘General Disclaimer’
  • Misrepresentation Act 1967
  • Property Misdescriptions Act 1991