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Your lease is a legal contract that sets out your rights and responsibilities as a homeowner.

Please keep to the conditions of your lease. If you break any of these conditions, we may take legal action against you. This could cost you money and may lead to you losing your home.

It is important that you read your agreement carefully and understand it. If you do not understand something in your lease, contact The Leasehold Advisory Service.

Your lease is a legal contract that sets out your rights and responsibilities as a homeowner.

Please keep to the conditions of your lease. If you break any of these conditions, we may take legal action against you. This could cost you money and may lead to you losing your home.

It is important that you read your agreement carefully and understand it. If you do not understand something in your lease, contact The Leasehold Advisory Service.

When the remaining term of your lease drops to 80 years, it may become harder for you to sell your home. To prevent this, you may wish to extend the term of your lease. Our guide will tell you more about the options available to you. You can download this from the box to the right.

If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Services Centre.

As a homeowner, you will have a Lease or Transfer document that sets out the details of your property. These documents are often also known as the 'Deeds' to your home. You should keep this document in a safe place.

Lease and Transfer original documents do not change, so your copy may not list the current owners. The current ownership of your home is logged at Land Registry.

Homeowners often ask us to give them a copy of their lease, or to tell them how many years are left on their lease. We can give you this information, but we charge a £30 fee to cover the administration costs. Instead, we recommend you get a copy of your lease from Land Registry, at a cost of £7.

If you would like to request a copy of your lease from Land Registry, visit their website here and complete a deeds request form. If you would like to request a copy of your lease from A2Dominion, please contact our Customer Services Centre.

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