Applications for determination of price payable, provisions in the conveyance, apportionment of rent and determination of sub-tenant's share. Houses and premises - Leasehold enfranchisement (Missing landlord)

Published date21 March 2018
First-tier Tribunal Property Chamber

First-tier Tribunal Property Chamber
(Residential Property)

Ref no. (for office use only)

Applications for determination of price payable, provisions in the conveyance, apportionment of rent and determination of sub-tenant’s share

Houses and Premises – Leasehold Enfranchisement: Missing Landlord

Sections 21(1)(cza), 21(2) and 27(5) of the Leasehold Reform Act 1967

It is important that you read the notes below carefully before you complete this form.

This is the correct form to use if you want to apply under section 21(1) (cza) of the Leasehold Reform Act 1967 (‘the Act’) to ask the Tribunal for a determination as to the amount of the appropriate sum to be paid into court under section 27(5) of the Act.

This is also the correct form to use if the court has made an order transferring part of the proceedings to the Tribunal and accordingly, in conjunction with your application under section 21(1)(cza) of the Act, you want to ask The Tribunal, under section 21(2) of the Act:

(a) to determine the provisions which ought to be contained in the conveyance; and / or

(b) to apportion the rent payable under the tenancy between the house and premises (or part of them) and other property; and / or

(c) to determine the amount of a sub-tenant’s share of compensation under Schedule 2 to the Act.

Applications should be sent as a Microsoft Word document by email to the relevant regional tribunal address shown in the Annex to this form. You must also send the documents listed in section 8 of this form. If you cannot access email or find someone to assist you in lodging your application by email, then a paper application will be acceptable although there may be a delay in dealing with this. Sending an application on paper will not be suitable in urgent cases.

Please make sure a copy of the application is served on the other party/parties to the application. If you are unable to serve a copy on the other party/parties, please bring this to the tribunal’s attention in the covering email or if sending by post in a covering letter.

Please do not send any other documents. When further evidence is needed, you will be asked to send it in separately.

If you have any questions about how to fill in this form or the procedures the Tribunal will use, please contact the appropriate regional office.

If you are completing this form by hand please use BLOCK CAPITAL LETTERS.

  1. TYPE OF APPLICATION (S)

What type of application are you applying for? (Tick the appropriate box(es))

section 21(1) (cza) of the Act for a determination as to the amount of the appropriate sum to be paid into court under section 27(5) of the Act

The Court has made an Order transferring part of the proceedings to The Tribunal to:

a) for a determination of the provisions which ought to be contained in the conveyance.

b) to apportion the rent payable under the tenancy between the house and premises (or part of them) and other property.

c) to determine the amount of a sub-tenant’s share under Schedule 2 to the Act.

and in accordance with section 21(2) *I/We ask The Tribunal to determine this question(s)

  1. THE PARTICULARS

Address of flat and premises:

  1. DETAILS OF APPLICANT

Name:

Capacity

Address (including postcode):

Address for correspondence (if different from above):

Telephone:

Day:

Evening:

Mobile:

Email address
(if known):

Fax:

Representative name and address, and other contact details: Where details of a representative have been given, all correspondence and communications will be with them until the Tribunal is notified that they are no longer acting for you.

Name:

Reference no. (if any)

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