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    Leaseholder insurance rights?

    Does a leaseholder have the right to request to be copied in to all correspondence between the management company (and managing agent) and the insurance company, in reference to a claim resulting in a roof leak into their flat? The insurance is paid for via the service charges.

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    There is no statutory right to that information.

    Was damage to their flat paid from the insurance?

    I can't think of any confidentiality reason for not providing it.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Shelley12 View Post
      Does a leaseholder have the right to request to be copied in to all correspondence between the management company (and managing agent) and the insurance company, in reference to a claim resulting in a roof leak into their flat? The insurance is paid for via the service charges.
      Start off by writing to them all- create a round robin email and send it to them all...request to be included in all communications so you can help each other and see how they respond..

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