Right to Manage
Outline of the right for leaseholders of a building containing flats to take over the management of the building.
Recorded in September 2016
Right to Manage is a popular option for leaseholders who want to take over the management of their building. These rights contain pitfalls for the unwary, which can cause substantial problems.
The second of this two-part series covers:
- Negative counter notice
- Application to tribunal
- Post acquisition
- Gathering information
- Getting uncommitted service charges
- Management functions
- Costs of proceedings
- Termination of RTM
Make sure you are up to speed from the comfort of your own desk.
The presentation lasts 60 minutes followed by 30 minutes Q+A
Accredited by: SRA (1.5 CPD points), IRPM Course level: Introductory
About the speaker:
Alero Orimoloye is a legal adviser at the Leasehold Advisory Service. She qualified as a solicitor in 2001 upon successful completion of her training contract with City firm, Dentons. She joined LEASE in 2005 following a period in private practice as a conveyancing solicitor. She has developed specialist knowledge of numerous aspects of residential leasehold law in her role as a legal adviser and professional trainer. She qualified as a mediator in 2005.
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