Consultation outcome

Leasehold valuation limits

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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This is a summary of responses to the updating leasehold value limits consultation published on 14 June 2011.

The consultation contained proposals for updating the value limits that determine the availability of rights for long leaseholders to remain in their properties at the end of their lease term and to extend their leases or buy the freehold (enfranchisement) of their leasehold house on particular terms.

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Summary

This consultation paper contains proposals and the associated impact assessment for updating the property value limits which are used to determine…

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Consultation description

This consultation paper contains proposals and the associated impact assessment for updating the property value limits which are used to determine whether certain rights are available to residential long leaseholders. These are rights for such leaseholders to remain in their properties as assured tenants when their lease comes to an end, to extend the lease of their leasehold house or to purchase the freehold of a leasehold house (enfranchise) on particular terms.