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    #46
    To my mind the fees are completely illegitimate, but how do I get them to accept that? I've threatened FTT, but if that's cost prohibitive then what next?

    Is the best option to pay under duress, make a note of it and try reclaim at a later ate alongside further unjust fees?

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      #47
      I would make enquiries from other leaseholders whether or not they are being charged and if so, how much are they being charged and are they paying the sums demanded.

      Collectively, it may be worthwhile applying to the FTT.

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