11:19 AM, 18th October 2022, About A year ago 9
We have a lease which says that there can be a porter provided to the building and historically he has lived in a flat owned by the Freeholder under license, no tenancy agreement and we have paid all his expenses and rent via the service charge including a refurb (very expensive and not very good).
We have now taken over the right to manage and finally (after 4 months) seen the agreement which says that the Freeholder is to bear the costs of council tax, electricity, gas and water.
Clearly, we will now take this up but we wanted to be on a more secure footing when we go for that discussion.
So does the Agreement override the lease, which mentions nothing just that we can have one?
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