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The landlord is not providing information required under the right to manage. How can we force him to disclose the information?

Leaseholders who want to set up a right to manage, are legally entitled to ask the landlord to provide information they need to set up and exercise the right to manage.

If the landlord declines to provide the information it is required to give in response to a request, you can serve a Default Notice which gives the landlord a further 14 days to comply.

Failing that you can then bring an application for compliance in your local County Court.

Although this does not appear to be a very practical remedy, the Court might make a Costs Order against the landlord as well as granting the Order requested.

You are likely to require the services of a solicitor and a managing agent.

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