There are currently 9 names in this directory beginning with the letter L.
Latent Defect - Defect in a building that exists well after completion of a building project but has yet to become apparent. Defects could be in design, structural and/or materials used. Insurance can be taken out to protect against Latent Defects.
Lease Agreement - The legal lease document between the owner and the leaseholder, outlining the terms and conditions under which the leaseholder occupies the property.
Lessee - The person or company who is signing/taking the lease.
Lessor - The person or company who is offering the lease.
Licenses - a simplified lease taken over a short period of time. A contractual right, falling short of what is recognised as a legal tenancy, to use or occupy property of another.
Loan note debt
Loan note debt - A financial instrument outlining the terms of a loan between and borrower and the lender. Also referred to as a debenture.
Loan Quantum - The amount that you borrow.
Long Leasehold - There is no statutory definition. Normally a lease is in excess of 70 years.
Loan to Value (LTV) - The percentage of the amount of lending provided to the customer against the value of the property.