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Well, I'm not from a legal background so I'm assuming that that is an application to the small-claims-court? which I have no experience of either. Plus - I spoke with the management agent and I've had some correspondence from their legal team and they have never suggested that I could that
But, how can I be sure that I have his correct contact details? As the management company couldn't engage him - how can I be sure he has been served - or is that necessary? What if he doesn't even bother to show at the hearing?
The reason I brought up "charging the Management CO" was because I read about it on several forums but none went into any detail explaining if they are obliged to take the cost - One forum explained that when the excess is levied against the management company they amortise it across all the flats in the block via the service charge -
So can i assume that there is no "act" "standards" "regulation"... that the management company are obliged to follow when excesses are encountered?