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If i buy a leasehold property what am i liable for apart from the annual service charge and if the previous lease holder did not pay his fees am i liable for them ?


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depends on the lease agreement.

not really, prev leaseholder should be liable for their lease.


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what fees and how was the lease assigned?. If a residential property your conveyancer will have to look into this before getting you to sign on the dotted line.

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Sometimes yes, the lease is like a debt it is assigned to the new owner who takes on the responsibilties of the old owner, there is an important date where things changed, I cant recall date at the moment, but as above, normally the conveyancer should investigate such issues.

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