Ground rents and other periodic payments

by Great Britain. Land LawWorking Group.

Publisher: H.M.S.O. in Belfast

Written in English
Published: Pages: 82 Downloads: 339
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Edition Notes

Statementan interim report by the Land Law Working Group ; Department of Finance and Personnel for Northern Ireland, Office of Law Reform.
LC ClassificationsKDE120
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,82p. :
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15001959M
ISBN 100337234035

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Ground rent is an agreement between a landlord and a tenant, where a tenant pays for the right of using a plot of land. Ground rent. Ground rent is a payment you make to your landlord as a condition of the lease. As with any rent, if you must pay ground rent this will be stated in your lease and you should pay it.

A fixed rental is a negotiated ground rent in which the landlord and tenant agree to a fixed fee to be paid for the duration of the lease : Joseph Pierce. The low-down on ground rents in Ireland Wed,The public may see it as a relic of colonisation, but ground rents are far more complicated than that and should not be ignored Missing: periodic payments.

An amortized loan requires equal, periodic payments of principal and interest such that the loan balance owing will be zero at maturity. During the life of the loan, payments are first applied to.

As distress tightens its grip on the trade, exporters-importers are at loggerheads with container terminals, shipping lines and container freight stations (CFS) over Missing: periodic payments. A principal challenge inherent in long-term ground leases is that they are contracts to be performed over an extended period.

Ground lease terms can be as long as 99 years or even longer, and the Author: Dena Cohen. If there is an unanticipated increase in ground rent payments, the revenues from the property may not be able to support the ground rent payments or both the ground rent payments and the mortgage.

An earlier version said the ground rent would double every 10 years to £, by the end of remaining year lease. Taylor Wimpey have contacted the Guardian to Author: Patrick Collinson.

In the past, leasehold property owners were generally charged just a “peppercorn” ground rent, sometimes as little as £1 a year, and many freeholders did not bother to collect : Patrick Collinson.