The lease is the legal contract between you and the Council and is an important document. You became a leaseholder by:
Once you have bought the property, you and the Council both have to carry out your responsibilities as set out in the lease. There are different types of lease depending on the date you bought the property. You should always look at your own individual lease if you want to check something.Your lease describes the flat that you have bought and has a plan showing the flat plus any garden, garage or shed. It also shows the building containing the flat and the area that is shared with other residents. You should not use this plan solely and should always refer to the lease.The Council is responsible for the upkeep, maintenance, repair and improvement of the building as a whole and the development. You are responsible for paying your share of these costs through your service charge.
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