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What if the defaulting tenant lives outside the UK?

Our legal Team may be able to secure UK jurisdiction. Good management of ownership registers would seek a service charge deposit from an overseas buyer.

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What is service charge?

Service Charge is the term used for the funds collected from lessees for day to day service charge items. It is collected on the due dates specified in the lease.

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What if the defaulting tenant lives outside the EU?

Usually jurisdiction is allowed in the country of residence of the defaulting Tenant. However, if our legal team is able to serve the Defaulting Tenant while they are in the UK we will do so. The alternative is to apply for special jurisdiction which would be time-co...

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Are you registered under the Data Protection Act?

Yes.

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Do your fees carry VAT ?

Yes.

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What does a bank reconciliation entail?

A bank reconciliation is a routine check that should be carried out on any bank account to ensure that the cheques written leave and clear the account and that cash paid in is received by the bank. Monies that have not been received (i.e. perhaps lost in the banking ...

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What is a certificate of compliance?

A certificate of compliance is a document required by the Land Registry to confirm that all the covenants of the lease have been complied with. This is required if a restriction against transfer is registered the title register and no conveyance can be completed on s...

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Who can have claims brought against them?

Claims can be brought against manufacturers of construction products, and all other economic operators (e.g. distributors) in the supply and marketing of construction products. It will depend on which party is responsible for the product being mis-sold, inherently de...

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Who can bring a claim under this cause of action?

Damages can be claimed by any person who has suffered a loss as a result of a dwelling being ‘unfit for habitation’. Developers can also recover a contribution under this cause of action from construction product manufacturers, for example if they were sued under the...

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Does the cause of action apply UK wide?

The causes of action will apply to building in England, Wales and Scotland. We are introducing a power to extend this legislation to include buildings in Northern Ireland.

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