Service Charge Disputes
These are charges that a landlord or management company can charge to a leaseholder of a property owner, under the terms of the lease to cover the expenses for maintaining the comman parts of a building or estate, for shared services (such as gas electricity water sewrage) and insurance.
Our service charge lawyers are adept at dealing with both commercial and residential property service charge disputes. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, or managment company, we have a track record of providing cost effecient civil litigation and dispute resolution.
Our legal team have experience of prepareing cases for litigation, negoiating settlements, recoveing legal costs, represnting clients in the Courts and Tribunals and forfeiture proceedings.
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For a free 30 minute consultation with one of our expert Service Charge Dispute lawyers in Manchester, please contact us on 0161 820 8888. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form for a call back.
We Offer Expert Advice On:
- Reasonableness of service charges
- Management Fees / Charges
- s.20 Major Works Consultation
- Appointment of Managing Agent
- Right to Manage
- Lease Extensions
- Freehold Purchases
- First-tier Tribunal (FTT/LVT)
- Property Litigation
- Property Management Disputes
- Mixed Use Development
- Residential Conveyancing
- Commercial Conveyancing
- Licence to Alter / Assign / Change of Use – A leaseholder
- Nuisance Actions
- Title Disputes
- Missing or Absent Freeholders
- Vesting Orders
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