Right to manage

Since its introduction in the Commonhold & Leasehold Reform Act 2002, many leaseholders now perform the management functions in relation to their block because they have acquired the right to manage.

Although it’s a non-fault based right, disputes in relation to the acquisition of the right to manage are not uncommon.

If a landlord does not accept that the RTM can acquire the right to manage, then the RTM company must apply to the Tribunal if it wants to continue with its claim.

And in those situations, you need the experts on your side.

Our expertise in right to manage and tribunal matters make PM Legal Services your ideal legal partner.