Law Commission leaseholder survey

Closed 7 Jan 2019

Opened 20 Sep 2018


This leaseholder survey (link below) accompanies the main response form for the leasehold enfranchisement consultation that is being conducted by the Law Commission for England and Wales. That response form can be accessed at:

The purpose of this survey is to collect information on the range of different leases held by current and former leaseholders in England and Wales, and on leaseholders’ experiences of the current enfranchisement process. This information will provide part of the evidence base that we will use to produce our final recommendations for reforming the law.

For more information about the leasehold enfranchisement reform project, click here:

About the Law Commission: The Law Commission is a statutory body, created by the Law Commissions Act 1965 (“the 1965 Act”) for the purpose of promoting the reform of the law. It is an advisory Non Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). The Law Commission is independent of Government. For more information about the Law Commission please click here.

Responses to this survey: We may publish or disclose information you provide us in response to this survey, including personal information. For more information on how we consult and how we may use responses to the consultation, please see page ii of the consultation paper. For information about how we handle your personal data, please see our privacy notice.


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