Right to manage claims no longer defeated by minor mistakes in procedure
By a judgment dated 23rd February 2017 the Court of Appeal has in the case of Elim Court RTM Co...
The right to manage applies to flats only and not houses.
If your estate comprises houses and flats, as the law currently stands, the right to manage applies to each individual building with flats.
There have been proposals to change the law so that the right to manage applies to houses as well as flats. These proposals have not become law yet.
You are likely to require the services of a solicitor and a managing agent.
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