My tenancy agreement just has the amount of weekly rent payable and then a seperate service charge. When i asked what this charge was for they said upkeep of comunial areas in my street and the one behind. There are no comunial areas on the street i live there is only a small area of hedges and a tree on the street behind infrount of some flats. I have been paying a service chage for over a year as they used to cut my frount lawn but this year they have stopped and have said it should of never have been cut and was done in error as it is a private area not communial so i asked what i am paying the service charge for and there response was communial areas which i have no use of
No. Its not a council house its rented from a housing assosiation clwyd alyn. I have asked why i pay the service charge as i dont get any service from them an their reply was it is for comunial areas on my street - which there isnt any and the next street which there is a small hedge area and tree infrount of some flats which i feel sbould be the tenents of the flats responsibility not mine as i do not live in that street. So i was wondering if i can be legaly charged for gardening on a diffrent street which i can not use and has no effect on my property if it is maintained or not
That is great thank you. Are there any laws with regards ***** *****
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