RobertHDean

Registered with Property118.com
Tuesday 3rd April 2018


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 5

RobertHDean

11:24 AM, 23rd October 2018
About A year ago

The Right to Manage or not?

do you have a two or three party lease? is the landlord responsible for maintaining and insuring the premises?... Read More

RobertHDean

10:24 AM, 25th September 2018
About A year ago

£4,000 to replace a broken window?

the lease should specify what is covered, if the windows are not demised to the leaseholder then fixed glass should be included. The matter of the excess is another thing entirely. If the managing agent / landlord has not acted in the best interests of the leaseholders by arranging a policy that accords with the requirements of the lease they could be open to a claim on their PII... Read More

RobertHDean

9:54 AM, 24th September 2018
About A year ago

£4,000 to replace a broken window?

Its an insurance job surely, unless the windows are demised to the apartments, unusual but not un-heard of.... Read More

RobertHDean

9:06 AM, 14th August 2018
About A year ago

Leaseholder wants to change Ground Rent?

I don't think that you have any obligations in this regard. Your leaseholder signed his lease (contract) with the existing terms in place. I cannot imagine a situation where they would be in favour of you proposing to change the terms to your advantage. Just say no?... Read More

RobertHDean

12:24 PM, 16th April 2018
About 2 years ago

Management fee 50% hike!

Their fee would have been agreed by someone, either your landlord or a residents management company (RMC), so whilst the comment about S.19 Reasonableness is perfectly valid, I would suggest someone agreed that they could charge at that level. If no-one agreed then they might well be in breach of their management agreement.... Read More