Preliminary notice

When property management goes wrong, leaseholders can call upon the First Tier Tribunal to appoint a manager.

It’s a fault based application, so a leaseholder will need to demonstrate to a Tribunal that there are failings on the part of the current management which make it just and convenient for the Tribunal to intervene and appoint a manager.

The first step in the process is the service of a preliminary notice. The content of the notice is particularly important in applications of this nature because they set out the matters complained of. So getting the notice right is an absolute must.

At PM Legal, we’re expert on what should (and perhaps shouldn’t) be included within a preliminary notice.

And because it’s so important to get the notice right, it’s important to get the right advice from the right expert. And that’s us.