Justin Selig - solicitor

Registered with Property118.com
Wednesday 5th June 2013

Location
London

Trading Status
Company

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 99

Justin Selig - solicitor

11:05 AM, 1st November 2018
About 2 weeks ago

Justin Selig - solicitor

10:11 AM, 1st November 2018
About 2 weeks ago

Serving Section 5 to Long leaseholders

Dear Sat
We are a firm of solicitors based in West London and have considerable experience in dealing with Section 5 notices both acting for leaseholders and freeholders.
Let me know if we can be of any help,
Thanks
Justin Selig... Read More

Justin Selig - solicitor

12:30 PM, 22nd October 2018
About 3 weeks ago

Freehold maisonette above a shop - mortgage nightmare?

Hi Ian
There shouldn't be any SDLT implications, though there would be Land Registry Fees, which would be minimal.... Read More

Justin Selig - solicitor

10:16 AM, 22nd October 2018
About 3 weeks ago

Freehold maisonette above a shop - mortgage nightmare?

Dear Henry

As per Howard's response, you simply need to create a leasehold title for the maisonette and borrow against that - not the freehold. It is quite simple to do, you need to grant a long lease out of your freehold title - although you can't grant a lease to yourself, so you would need to grant the lease to a different person than the freeholder. So if you owned the freehold in your own name, you could grant the maisonette lease to yourself and your partner, or vice versa. Alternatively you could transfer the freehold into a limited company and grant the lease of the maisonette to yourself in your personal capacity.
Once you have done that, you should be able to borrow from most lenders.

Justin... Read More

Justin Selig - solicitor

14:01 PM, 2nd November 2015
About 3 years ago

Collective enfranchisement from a freeholder point of view

Catherine

Normally the solicitor acting for the freeholder will obtain an undertaking to pay their costs from the leaseholder's solicitors. There should be no costs exposure for yourself. You should also get the leaseholders to pay your surveyor's costs so as to ensure that the proposed premium they have offered to pay is the best figure you can obtain.

We act for both freeholders and leaseholders on lease extensions and collective enfranchisements.

If you would like any further information, please email me at justin@lawdepartment.co.uk... Read More