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(10-12-2013 08:44 AM)vanessa warwick Wrote: @Lisa
When someone takes over a property on a lease option, are they responsible for these charges, or do they rely on the owner to make these payments?
In the situation of a lease option, what would happen if the service charges and ground rent went unpaid?