Landmark leasehold case fails to slash extension costs – The Guardian

Posted January 25th, 2018 in appeals, costs, leases, news by tracey

‘Campaigners have failed in a long-running legal battle to slash leasehold costs after the court of appeal ruled in favour of a major London freeholder. The case, Mundy v the Sloane Stanley Estate, involved a small flat in Chelsea where the lease had fallen to less than 23 years and the freeholder was seeking £420,000 to agree an extension.’

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The Guardian, 24th January 2018