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We have considerable experience in this complicated and technical area whether you are either a freeholder or leaseholder.
Leaseholders can apply to the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal (LVT) to resolve disputes they have with their freeholder. The types of disputes that the LVT will generally consider are:
Most people don’t appreciate that the landlord's powers are strictly limited by the terms of the lease – for example if the landlord has incurred an expense which is not included in the definition of Service Charge, then it may be irrecoverable. We have the expertise to review your lease and provide an opinion swiftly.
In addition all service charges and administrative charges must be reasonably incurred. Although what is reasonable differs from case to case we can advise you whether a particular clause is enforceable or if it is advisable to apply to the LVT for a determination.
Sometimes if the landlord is not living up to its responsibilities in the lease, the tenant’s may decide to manage their estate or block for themselves. However, there is a strict procedure to follow. Our experience ensures that the procedure is followed correctly and efficiently.
The advantage of Right to Manage is an increased level of control in the management of your house or flat, allowing maintenence to be carried out when you want it to be. Costs such as management fees are often avoided which further reduces your outgoings and boosts your property value.
To find out how our team can help you make the right decision please call 0800 294 4410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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