Freeholders full name and address?

by Readers Question

10:30 AM, 23rd January 2015
About 6 years ago

Freeholders full name and address?

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Freeholders full name and address?

I understand that it is a requirement that the managing agent for the freeholder must state the name and address of the freeholder on all demands for payment that they send the leaseholders.
Does the following constitute a full name and address

I beleive this is insufficient.
I welcome any advice.

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Smithy @hotmail

12:54 PM, 23rd January 2015
About 6 years ago

I don't know whether the information you have given is sufficient .

However, the Royal Mail will give you the details of the holder of any Post Office Box Number (unless it's sensitive such as a women's refuge). You don't have to explain why you want it or give your name.

I have done this and it's very straightforward.

This is from the Royal Mail website:

'Can you tell me the address sitting behind a PO Box®?'

'Yes. Please call us on 08457 950 950. Lines are open 8.00am until 6.00pm, Monday to Friday. However, please be aware if this is a sensitive address we may not be able to release the information.'

Joe Bloggs

19:03 PM, 23rd January 2015
About 6 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Smithy @hotmail" at "23/01/2015 - 12:54":

if thats true that is ridiculous... most people have po boxes for privacy.

re whether the address is sufficient i suggest you ask the leasehold advisory service. i think they will say that po box numbers are not sufficient.

Jamie Londesborough

1:00 AM, 24th January 2015
About 6 years ago

I have had a massive issue with a water leak from the property next door, and it has penatrared though into my property and now I have quite alot of damage and also I have had to dispose of some of my furniture as it was damaged . I am the home owner of my property, so what i have dobe so far is send 2 letters had no reply 3rd letter still no reply. and now thinking were do I go from here this has been a dispute now for over a year we'll dispute between me and me because seems like am not getting any where could u advice me at all mark?

Neil Robb

23:01 PM, 24th January 2015
About 6 years ago


Try and see if your insurance can cover repair they will then chase the other owner for the costs.

Smithy @hotmail

6:18 AM, 5th February 2015
About 6 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Joe Bloggs" at "23/01/2015 - 19:03":

This is the link to the T&C's for PO boxes

page 2: "Please note we will disclose your full street address
to enquirers. Do not use this service if you do not want your address to be revealed."

Joe Bloggs

10:09 AM, 5th February 2015
About 6 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Smithy @hotmail" at "05/02/2015 - 06:18":

thanks. dont think that is widely known. how strange in this age of data protection etc etc.

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