Leaseholders:  An introduction to the law, the lease and repairs.

 

A programme of training in three sessions - with activities for you to work on in between.

This programme is for staff working in repairs, maintenance, and/or asset teams in housing associations or local authorities.

This course aims to introduce you to the issues around repairs and maintenance affecting leasehold & shared ownership property.

 

By undertaking each of the modules in turn, you will:

  • Review the legal environment relating to maintenance, repairs and service contracts – in particular landlord and tenant and commonhold & leasehold law
  • Become familiar with leasehold terminology
  • Identify repairing obligations & building maintenance responsibilities in the lease in terms of who has responsibility for what
  • Clarify the maintenance differences between leasehold and rented property
  • Learn what the lease says about doing improvements to the block and the estate
  • Understand what repairs should be covered by your insurance
  • Consider the landlord’s rights of access
  • Think about disrepair and repairs disputes with leaseholders and what the options are for landlords
  • Recognise when leasehold consultation about repairs, maintenance and improvement is required
  • Get a good grounding in Section 20 consultation, the regulations and the consultation requirements
  • Discuss legal compliance with S20, maximising income, minimising risk
  • Examine what is meant by 'reasonable’ costs
  • Understand leaseholders’ obligations to pay for repairs – what the lease says and what the law says
  • Look at the difference between estate costs and block costs and how this affects leaseholders and what we can charge them
  • Review the process from deciding to do works to sending out a service charge bill

 

Session 1

Introduction to the law, the lease and repairs

 

Session 2

Responsibility and obligations for repairs, maintenance and improvements

How we pay for it; how leaseholders pay for it

 

Session 3

Section 20 consultation: what / why / when / how?

 

Location

Online.

 

Course length

3 x 2hr sessions (6hrs in total)

All 3 sessions must be completed to form the full course

 

Dates and times

Monday 15th June - 10am-12pm

Wednesday 17th June 10am-12pm

Friday 19th June 10am-12pm

 

Price

£210.00 + VAT per person.  

OR if you would like us to run a bespoke session for your company staff please enquire to sales@upkeeptraining.co.uk, or call us on 0208 123 0804.

 

Online - Leaseholders: An introduction to the law, the lease and repairs

£210.00Price
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Upkeep’s courses have been developed by, and with industry experts.

 

All of our tutors have current or recent professional industry experience which means that you are learning from professionals with a great level of experience and skills.

 

If you would like to find out about a bespoke training package tailored to meet your needs and those of your organisation. Get in touch at sales@upkeeptraining.co.uk or give us a call on 0208 123 0804.

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