If you own a leasehold flat or house, your legal relationship with your neighbours and freeholder are governed by your lease, and also a raft of legislation designed to protect residential long leaseholders.
Navigating this documentation can be confusing. In times of dispute, or if you just want to know where you stand, it helps to seek advice from suitably experienced lawyers.
You might need assistance to interpret the meaning of your lease, through to representation in the Property Tribunal or civil court. At BLB we are experienced in representing both landlords and tenants in all aspects of residential leasehold land law.
Please see our separate pages covering our areas of expertise, including the right to buy your freehold using collective leasehold enfranchisement or extend your lease.