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  • Advice on flat sale
    by Ionela Preda
    Guys, hi!

    I represent a RTM Company, I am the Director of it, 11 flats in our block.
    He have some people willing to sell their flat, and I am really “flat” on the legal aspect;

    I need to give them: the Deed of Covenant, the Assignment Pack, I need to lift and re-apply...
    24-07-2021, 15:54 PM
  • Reply to Advice on flat sale
    by Gordon999
    I am not a solicitor and do not have drafts for 1, 2 and 3.

    I suggest you speak to the leaseholder 's conveyancing solicitor for advice if these items 1, 2 & 3 are necessary and functions required by the RTM under the terms of your lease.
    26-07-2021, 13:49 PM
  • Who can become a director of a RMC?
    by David Mc
    Hi, Could anyone advise who can actually become a director of a RMC. We are a block of 30 flats, each flat has one share in the RMC. We employ a managing agent. The RMC holds the freehold to the property. The MA is the company secretary.


    There are currently 2 directors, although...
    23-07-2021, 09:58 AM
  • Reply to Who can become a director of a RMC?
    by eagle2
    A Company should always comply with its Articles so if regulation 47 of Table A applies, it should still hold AGMs. It needs to amend its Articles if it does not wish to hold AGMs any more....
    26-07-2021, 11:07 AM
  • Reply to Advice on flat sale
    by Ionela Preda
    Hi,

    this is what I thought about restrictions…

    so, the Freeholder only asked me tell him at the end who the new owner is.

    he does not want to take part in the company.

    how difficult would be for me to provide:

    1. Deed of covenant...
    26-07-2021, 09:43 AM
  • Reply to Who can become a director of a RMC?
    by David Mc
    I'll look into going the reg 93 route. It's not mentioned in our A of A so has not been excluded or modified. Not sure MA is even aware of it.

    No mention of Reg 47 in our A of A but still think recent regulation has made AGMs no longer compulsory for RMCs.

    Thanks for all your...
    26-07-2021, 07:19 AM
  • Water damage caused by ineffective vent - who is responsible?
    by mhuk
    Hello,

    This relates to a leasehold apartment.

    So my tenant suddenly spotted some brown marks on the bedroom ceiling yesterday. Watermarks for sure which are not getting bigger.

    Someone looked at it today and it appears that the leak has come inwards from the outside...
    15-07-2021, 16:48 PM
  • Reply to Water damage caused by ineffective vent - who is responsible?
    by eagle2
    What does the lease say? Unless there is a communal ventilation system and the lease requires the freeholder to service it, the cost is likely to fall upon the leaseholder.
    26-07-2021, 07:00 AM
  • Reply to Water damage caused by ineffective vent - who is responsible?
    by mhuk
    The vents are in a new apartment block. Of course, they were from the beginning. They are built into the building and everyone has identical vents....
    25-07-2021, 20:47 PM
  • Reply to Advice on flat sale
    by Gordon999
    After the RTM has taken over administration of the service charge account , the freeholder is left with collecting the ground rent and forfeiture of lease. Usually the solicitor for the prospective buyer will be asking if any service charge owing by the seller and any expensive maintenance work planned...
    25-07-2021, 16:57 PM
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