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We have a shared dirt track access and sewage tank. The person

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We have a shared dirt track access and sewage tank. The person who has been dealing - or more correctly not dealing - with either has now decided to appoint a factor. Our property deeds refer to him or his partner as the superior. He - or his partner - rent out one of several properties that use the track and sewage tank. Am I correct in thinking that he - or his partner - carry no more weight in decision making on appointing a factor than the other three (access track) or five (sewage tank) owners.
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That is correct. The superior has no real power under Scots law now, only the same as the other owners.
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