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    3 Apartments 3 freehold owners. 1 causing problems

    We find ourselves in a difficult situation . Briefly the building has 3 apartments . The 3 owners forming the management company and each holding one third of the freehold . 2 Apts owner occupied 1 rented ( lots of problems ) 3 owner refuses to attend any management meetings or adhere to terms of the lease .If the other 2 owners were to meet could we agree on something and put in to place without the third party agreeing since he won’t attend . New to this would appreciate any advice x


    #2
    They don't have to attend meetings.
    Is it an actual registered company? who is Director(s)?

    They are obliged to adhere to the lease. They are not obliged to agree to anything you "put in place".

    Maybe give us a clue what sorts of breaches you refer to...

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      #3
      Two owners could hold a "freeholders meeting" by telephone and one person writes up the Minutes of Meeting. The Minutes should state what decision was made and give instruction to the Management Company to implement and a copy sent to third flat owner.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Gordon999 View Post
        Two owners could hold a "freeholders meeting" by telephone and one person writes up the Minutes of Meeting. The Minutes should state what decision was made and give instruction to the Management Company to implement and a copy sent to third flat owner.
        Except they can only implement that which the lease )or law) makes it possible to implement. As with a lot of these types of threads, it would be most helpful if the OP cared to give us a clue instead of wasting time.

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          #5
          Are they tenants in common, or are they members of a company. In the latter case, they own none of the freehold.

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