If leaseholders of residential property are not happy with the management of their block of flats then it is open to them to form a ‘Right to Manage Company’ and make an application to the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal for the appointment of such Right to Manage Company (“RTM”). Careful consideration must be given to this and suitable legal advice obtained.
Some initial points to be considered:-
The right to manage is not available to all, certain requirements must be met to qualify, including:
Some points to note:
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