Water Damage Excess Claim Incident Unknown

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    Water Damage Excess Claim Incident Unknown

    I have recently received a letter from my management company who manages the block, I own the flat as a long leaseholder. The letter is stating that I owe £2500, for service charge and ground rent, even though I have made all payments for this, later they have verbally confirmed that the outstanding balance is for water damage excess. The letter is also stating that unless I make all payments within 10 days, I will be charged a £205 administration fee and that my file will be passed on to external solicitors and all charges will be passed for this will be passed back to me.
    The block has been known to having leaks, however the managment company are refusing to tell me when this leak happended, what happened in regards to damage etc. and why I wasn't informed at the time. To add complexity the directors of the block have given the management company a one month notice, after which a new management company will be appointed. I believe the company is embezzling funds, and that there has been no claim. Please can someone give me some advcie I do not want to end up paying thousands of pounds without a just reason. Thanks

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    I'd write back and challenge the allegations. Ask your tenant if there was a leak from your flat, and if anyone has repaired it.
    To save them chiming in, JPKeates, Theartfullodger, Boletus, Mindthegap, Macromia, Holy Cow & Ted.E.Bear think the opposite of me on almost every subject.

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