Because leasehold is a specialist area of property law, it’s a good idea to seek legal advice before entering into any leasehold agreements. Leases vary from one property to another and so it’s important that you understand all of your legal rights when buying a leasehold property. You’ll want to know details such as how long the lease has left to run, whether you are allowed to make any improvements to the property, and who is responsible for ongoing maintenance costs.

At QualitySolicitors we advise on all the legal aspects of leasehold properties - whether you are planning to buy or sell a leasehold. We can also advise you on your rights and provide help if you’re experiencing difficulties with a current leasehold property.

Our friendly solicitors will explain the process clearly and answer any questions you may have. We offer a free, initial over-the-phone conversation, so you can find out about our service, timescales and costs with no obligations. So for advice about leasehold property law, contact our experts today.