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desamax
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Last Activity: 19-10-2018, 11:58 AM
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  • desamax
    replied to Management fees
    Will do that Eagle, if it helps move thing on.
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  • desamax
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    The request was made alongside the request for formal recognition of the newly formed RTA, that 83% of leaseholders have signed up to, 5 of the 6 flats, There are long running disputes mainly maintenance Issues and fees overcharging on the FH part, that they dismiss but its there in black and white....
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  • desamax
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    Thanks Gordon999 we are aware the FH MA are one and the same, I made that point in my first post. What we cant understand is that they think they can do as they please, and to comment we are not fit to be involved in the RTA without is ludicrous....
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  • desamax
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    This is edited post #20 i was asked to remove names............


    Furthermore would you be kind enough to provide us with the following information,

    1. Copy of the Management agreement between Estates Limited & (Asset Management) Limited.

    2. Please supply...
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  • desamax
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    We find the response very strange, as to what evidence our FH and their solicitors have on file about us. All our correspondence is documented, we don’t get what their angle is on this. Can we send a right of access request to the FH ? As we don’t know who their solicitors are, what grounds would...
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  • Update I contacted an enforcement co and stated CRAR they had no response to the posted notice, so on the walk in to take control of goods they paid up the very next day. At an extra £300 cost. Don’t make sense to me if they have a problem they could have made contact and I would have been a bit...
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  • Late payers have penalties whether your a commercial or residential leasehold. Overpayments or indeed overcharged in some cases concerning commercial units have a costly process burden on the commercial leaseholder compared to a residential leaseholder who has a far higher investment value that the...
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  • leasehold reform and commercial leaseholder on long leases or virtual freehold

    Anyone think its now time for Commercial leaseholders who own their premises on long lease ie with a ground rent or peppercorn rent etc, should fall under the same regulations as residential long leaseholder. some freeholers are treating their commerical leaseholders as cash cows, with an expensive...
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