Guidance

Redemption of rentcharges on freehold houses

This leaflet explains how an owner of a freehold house may be able to redeem a rentcharge

Documents

Redemption of rentcharges on freehold houses

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Application form for a redemption certificate in respect of a rentcharge on freehold house

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Detail

The owner of a freehold house paying a rentcharge (sometimes known as a chief rent) may be able to redeem the rentcharge by paying a single lump sum (if the rentcharge is a type that is redeemable under the provisions of the Rentcharges Act 1977).

The application form and guidance notes to be used when seeking to redeem a rentcharge payable on a freehold house is available to download below.

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