A lease is known as a ‘dwindling asset’ in the
sense that, with every year that passes, the lease will become shorter. If it
becomes too short, you may find it difficult selling or mortgaging the property
when the time comes. In this blog, we explain how a lease extension
can be a solution to this.
In certain circumstances, long-leaseholders of flats have the right to buy the freehold of their property. When long-leaseholders group together to do this it is known as Collective Enfranchise. In this blog, we look at this process in more detail.Read more
Awards & Recognitions
The expertise of our solicitors is regularly recognised by some of the profession’s most distinguished organisations. As well as being a member of a number of Law Society schemes, we have won awards at the Law Society Excellence Awards, the Halsbury Legal Awards and the Modern Law Awards. We have also received recognition in the form of the Lexcel mark of quality, a Legal 500 listing and a place on the shortlist of The Lawyer’s Boutique Firm of the Year.