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Our landlord have appointed a company to consult and get nominations/views from leaseholders to choose and enter into long agreement with a management company. My question is, is there a prescribed form how the landlord's agent receives nominations or how lessees deliver their observations ? we have tried to make one observation and nomination signed and agreed by as many lessees agree rather than doing it separately.. Landlord agent claiming:
" The right to nominate contractors is an individual right and in some circumstances it can by important who / how many leaseholders have nominated particular contractors. It would, therefore, be more appropriate for nominations to be made individually by any leaseholders who wish to.". Please could you clarify whether we can send our observations collectively or not?
to be clear, if we submit a letter stating we the undersigned nominate so and so managing agent, the landlord's agent cannot reject it right?
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