No i had to ask the tenant to leave due to the hole in the ceiling now.
Since the report was out last week no action has been taken i am bleeding money.
I accept that works need to be done.
I am anxious about the loss of rental income. that is the problem.
The problem is the loss of rental income. No time frame has been given. I am fed up of it as i have been asking to do something about the roof since august last year.
I have to send money to london to pay the mortgage on top of the works that need to be done. Our roof has been described as to be in a state of neglect.
None of the residents care unless they have a problem themselves!
Thank you so much! however we are all share of freeholders. I am a director too of the management company.
Who do i hold liable? the rest of the residents who are directors too?
So basically i have no claim against the management company?
I am not a hundred percent sure but i believe it is appointed to management company. Should i get a lawyer to have a look at the lease agreement?
I have another question regarding some wording in my lease agreement. are you able to help me understand what it means?
did you see my question? i am not sure if it posted.
yes ok sorry. Not sure why it didn't post and i took so long to type it out too:-)
My neighbour below my flat has been knocking up his ceiling at my 2 previous tenants for sounds of footsteps, baby crying, baby playing on the floor, washing machine. The council could not help as this is considered to be acceptable day to day living noises.
I need clarification on what the word 'nuisance' below means.
The lessee shall not do or suffer to be don in The Flat or any part therof any act or thing which may cause or cases a nuisance damage annoyance or inconvenience to The Management Company or any occupier of The Building or the neighbourhood or permit The Flat be used for an unlawfu or immoral purpose or permit there be brought or suffered to be brought into The Flat any dangerous or offensive good.
PLEASE NOTE: other than the above, there is no covenant on the type of flooring we can have in our apartments. We ALL have the same type of wood flooring in our living rooms and carpeted in the corridor and bedrooms.
Neighbour keeps asking me to carpet my living room too. I feel its unfair as he has the same flooring in his living room too. The way we bought it from the developer.
What does nuisance mean in this context? is it footsteps and baby crying and baby playing on the floor and washing machine? My tenant even told me that they knocked when they accidentally dropped a plate on the kitchen floor.
Thank you so very much!