Information on rights of leaseholders, the right to buy, shared ownership, mortgage arrears and compulsory purchase orders.
Main forms of ownership for owner-occupied property, and freehold, leasehold and commonhold, the different ways in which land and property can be owned.
Position of a person who owns the home on a long lease, and basic rules, rights and charges relating to leasehold.
Shared and low-cost home ownership schemes are intended to help people, who could not usually afford to do so, buy a home on the open market.
Service charges are payable by tenants and leaseholders for services, repairs, maintenance, improvements, insurance, or costs of management.
Issues arising after falling into arrears with mortgages and the steps borrowers and lenders can take to resolve the situation.
Court orders securing debts against property (charging orders) and orders forcing the sale of property (orders for sale).
Different schemes that enable tenants of local authorities, housing associations or other private registered providers of social housing (PRPSH) to buy their homes.