10:47 AM, 12th December 2018, About 4 years ago 1
I have a 1 bed maisonette that I bought as a repossession circa 7-8 years ago. The sale of the flat collapsed due to the lease being defective, which I wasn’t aware of (a neighbouring flat has built on my outdoor space and the parking spaces have swapped).
I have been advised that I will need to get a deed of variation for the flat, but as I have had great difficulty extending my lease with my freeholder’s solicitors I wondered whether any alternative solutions might be possible.
Any advice is appreciated.