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Can my company as the freeholder of a property sack a management

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Can my company as the freeholder of a property sack a management company without recourse to the current flat leaseholders or any other party
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Property Law
Expert:  Stuart J replied 4 years ago.

Hello, I am Law Denning and I am a practising solicitor in a High Street practice. I have been an expert on this website in UK law since 2008. During that time, as you appreciate, I have answered thousands of questions from satisfied users on a variety of subjects. Because we are all in practice with clients and court and other users, I might not always respond in minutes, particularly evenings and weekends. Please bear with me in that case

It is my pleasure to try and assist you with this today. Please bear with me
while I gather some further information from you in order for me to be able to
advise you fully.

Unless I have all the facts that I need, my answer would not be accurate.

-Could you explain your situation a little more?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

My company own a building with 27 retirement flats of which 15 have been sold.


 


I am extremely dissatisfied with the service the current management company is offering the tenants and wish to engage another company.


 


The current management company does not have a contract with my company and I wish to terminate their service.

Expert:  Stuart J replied 4 years ago.

Is the management company named specifically in each of the leases?

Are there provisions for removal of the management company?

Why don't you sue the existing management company for breach of contract?

do you have any interest at all in the proposed new management company?