Guidance

Residential long leaseholders - a guide to your rights and responsibilities

Rights and responsibilities which currently apply to long leaseholders.

Documents

Residential Long Leaseholders - A guide to your rights and responsibilities

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Residential Long Leaseholders - A guide to your rights and responsibilities

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Detail

This advisory book tells you about the rights and responsibilities which currently apply to long leaseholders in England. Some of these rights and responsibilities also apply to long leaseholders of properties in Wales, and if this is the case, you should refer to the specific paragraph for Wales to establish which ones apply.

It is primarily for long leaseholders of flats (including maisonettes) and houses, but may also be of interest to landlords and their agents. In this booklet ‘tenant’ is used to describe both long leaseholders and other tenants.