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About 2 weeks ago 36
Hi there, I am the freeholder of 5 flats in a building. The basement flat was sold about 14 months ago and the leaseholder now is going to sell the flat to her mother, but according to a surveyor’s visit she says there is a damp in the basement (in part of the hallway).
The flat has been converted and its completion had been signed off about beginning of 2015. There is no damp proof warranty, but the builder has done the damp proofing and tanking.
Please, help me and advice me, who is responsible for the amendment work, freeholder, leaseholder or from service charge?
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