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Right to manage

The 2002 Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act empowered all owners to take charge of their own property through the creation of a right to manage company (RMC).

Owners of leasehold properties may often be disappointed with the manner in which their property is managed by their existing landlord. Repairs may not be dealt with promptly, communication may be difficult or repair costs may seem excessive. These problems with the seeming lack of accountability can often lead to frustration and dissatisfaction. If the landlord is unsympathetic or unresponsive to your concerns the option to form a Right to Manage Company may seem attractive.

The formation of a Right to Manage Company is a legal process which may appear daunting. We have access to legal professionals who are able to guide owners through the process to a successful outcome.

We are happy to talk to any Leaseholders who wish to look at this option and we can advise on how best to proceed.

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What our clients say

Our Estate was established ten years ago and LSL Estate Management was appointed as Managing Agent. Residents have experienced:

  • A continual improvement programme
  • Value for money
  • Involvement of Directors
  • Open accounts for all residents

A “quality service” which provides peace of mind to all our residents.

Richard Brough Chairman of Rickerby Gardens Management Company