Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
About 6 days ago 39
I have not mentioned any names as there is an ongoing police case.
I would like some options with regard to this issue. I have recently been informed by a newly appointed management company that they have been appointed to manage the site.
These are the bare bones of the issue …..
I have recently received a service charge from the new management company C for years 2014 to 2915 which I paid. They then invoiced me for the service charges from 2011 to 2014. At this point I started asking questions as I was unaware of the situation.
Once I became aware of what has transpired I suggested the following ….
1) Claim off the insurance cover of company A or company B under theft or fraud or even directors public liability for failing to run the company correctly.
I have been informed that company A have let their insurance cover lapse . They don’t know if company B has any insurance cover as they do not get any response from that company. I don’t know if a claim could be made against the two remaining directors personal insurance?
So the bottom line is the new management company C do not know anything and are asking for proof of payment prior to them taking over management. Can they do that?
I understand they are trying to do their best but how did the directors allow it to go on for so long they don’t know were the service charges for the last 3 years have gone in addition to the £110,000.
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