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    #46
    Can you recommend anyone to help us with right to manage please?

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      #47
      There is a free guide to RTM to download from LEASE: :

      https://www.lease-advice.org/advice-guide/right-manage/

      You can get some recommendation from the "leaseholdknowledge" website . or from FPRA website

      You can also google search for some companies offering their services for obtaining RTM . There are one or two companies offering RTM free but you have to appoint the company as managing agent for your block of flats which may not get good management service ..

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