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Right to Manage

Take control of your building management simply and effectively

The Commonhold & Leasehold Reform Act 2002 introduced the Right to Manage - often shortened to RTM and commonly called the "no fault" Right to Manage. Subject to meeting various requirements and the service of formal notices, a group of Lessees can take over the management of their building without having to prove poor management or purchase the freehold.

We fully understand the qualifying criteria and formal procedures for exercising this right and can help Lessees take control of their management. There are many pitfalls for the unwary and many existing freeholders and managing agents deal with such claims very aggressively. It is also possible for us to work with Lessees to arrange for the management to transfer SDL Bigwood as their preferred Managing Agent by us discussing the options with the current freeholder.

Initial general advice is available without charge and with no obligation.


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