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Property Valuation

A simple report that provides basic information about a property with a Market Value.

A Property Valuation is not a survey and only contains comments on major works that might affect the value of a property. If more detailed information is required on the physical condition of a property then a survey is needed.

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Boundary Disputes

A Boundary Disputes sound like it should be easy to resolve. Unfortunately not.

The ambiguity of property boundaries can lead to lengthy disputes that can be costly to settle.

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Lease Extensions

Extending your lease can be a long and complicated process that if you are not careful can end up costing you more than is necessary.

Allied Surveyors are experts at providing experienced impartial advice throughout every step of your lease extension.

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Collective Enfranchisement

Once you have owned a flat with a Leasehold for more than 2 years you have the right to buy your Freehold.

But the chances are you will not be able to buy it alone, you will need involve at least 50% of the other Leaseholders in the property this is called Collective Enfranchisement.

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Freehold Purchase

Allied Surveyors are experts at providing experienced impartial advice throughout every step of your Freehold purchase.

We can provide an initial assessment and report to enable you or your legal adviser to serve notice. We can also help you negotiate an amicable settlement or, if necessary, represent you at a Tribunal if a settlement cannot be reached.

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Party Wall Act

The Party Wall etc Act 1996 provides a framework for preventing and resolving disputes in relation to party walls, boundary walls and excavations near neighbouring buildings.

In plain English; If you are intending to carry out building work that might effect a neighbour's property you must give the other owner(s) notice of your intentions.

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Land Registry Plans

When changes are made to a Property's Title that result in the current Land Registry Plans becoming invalid, new plans are required to be registered with the Land Registry.

There are requirements that govern what features need to be included in a Land Registry Plan for it to be compliant.

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Commercial Services

Commercial EPC

Almost all commercial properties are required to have an Energy Performance Certificate when they are Sold or Let.

An EPC Rating gives any potential buyer or tenant an estimate for how much a property will cost to heat and light.

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Schedule of Condition

A Schedule of Condition is a formal document that records the condition of the property before lease commencement.

Without a Schedule of Condition the original state of the property is hard to identify and can become largely irrelevant during dilapidations negotiations.

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Schedule of Dilapidation

Dilapidations issues occur when a commercial tenant is found to be in contravention of their Leasehold obligations, and generally relate to breaches of reinstatement, repair, redecoration and statutory covenants.

If a landlord has or may suffer a loss as a consequence of any breach, they have the right to be compensated.

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