The Law Society Library lists resources on collective enfranchisement. 

A timetable flowchart and checklist of preliminary matters on a collective enfranchisement claim are both available in Sykes, Leasehold Enfranchisement and the Right to Manage. 2nd ed. (2012), at appendix B1 and appendix B2.

The Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents, vol. 25(4) (2015 reissue) contains Form 44: Checklist as to procedure on collective enfranchisement under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 Part 1 Chapter I.

A suggested order in which the work involved in collective enfranchisement may be approached can be found in Harrison, Leasehold Enfranchisement: Law and Practice (2014), at page 96.

Participation agreements

A participation agreement is an agreement between all the leaseholders participating together in the joint purchase of their freehold about how they are going to proceed. Precedents for participation agreements can be found in the following resources:

Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents, vol. 25(4) (2015 reissue) Form 68: Participation agreement between nominee purchaser and participating tenants in connection with a claim for collective enfranchisement under the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 Part I Chapter I.

Sykes, Leasehold Enfranchisement and the Right to Manage, 2nd ed. (2012), Appendix A3: Participation agreement.

An example of a participation agreement is also freely available on the website of the Leasehold Advisory Service. See the link below.

www.lease-advice.org/advice-guide/participation-agreements

The Library has many other precedents related to enfranchisement. For further help and enquiries please contact the Law Society Library on 020 7320 5946 or e-mail us at library@lawsociety.org.uk

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