Consent Charges on Long Leases and LVT Jurisdiction

As we have discussed previously, in most long leases (leases for 21 years or longer) a freeholder is entitled to require a leaseholder tenant to obtain consent from the landlord before sub-letting and to require the leaseholder to pay costs in relation to that...

Application to Assign not Valid by Email

Where a tenancy (other than a local authority tenancy) contains a clause that a tenant may not assign the tenancy without the consent of the landlord, which consent is not to be unreasonably withheld, the landlord has a duty to reply to any written application for...

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