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    by Andrea Cunningham
    Call an EGM. Make sure you give proper notice and that it is legal (download a boilerplate notice off the internet). In that EGM you can vote new directors in, or even vote the old directors out.
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  • AGM cancelled.
    by Grumio
    Is this legal?

    A bit of background, we currently have three directors, we are allowed to have up to a maximum of eight directors according to the articles of association. We are all leaseholders. Last summer the three directors decided to hire a managing agent who is now in charge of the...
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    by Trevor62
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    by Trevor62



    This is the ROW as it is in the land registry.


    Can I ask another question?

    As you can read it says Boundary determined by edge of pavings. Before the other party moved out they built a fence along the boundary though they build it on my side of the...
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    by Andrea Cunningham
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    by Andrea Cunningham
    The estate I live on has 2 blocks. All the leaseholders are members of the company which owns the freehold and manages the block ("Share of freehold").

    Suppose one of the 2 blocks decides to go it alone - so in other words gain the freehold from a company they are already a member...
    04-10-2021, 12:07 PM
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    by Andrea Cunningham
    There is already no ground rent collected - so as I understand it the value of the freehold might be quite low anyway.

    If this is all done by negotiation then it is a moot point regardless, and it brings me back to what I was actually asking about, which is how to fairly and equitably split...
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  • Reply to Enfranchising from a company I'm already a member of.
    by Macromia
    That potentially raises an interesting question about what happens to any money that needs to be paid for the enfranchisement.
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    by Macromia
    That may not be your intention, but it definitely seems like you haven't given proper consideration to what enfranchisement would involve.

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    25-01-2022, 19:20 PM
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