If this is noted in your deeds, or, if the property is leasehold, and it’s in the lease, then you are obliged to pay it.
If on the other hand you are paying however much money and they are not doing anything or they are not doing anything up to the value of what you are obliged to pay, or they are not doing what they are obliged to pay under the terms of your deeds, then you have a few options:
all of you tell them to get lost, you are not paying, take you to court and you will defend the action. The more of you do that, the better although the ones who don’t get involved with that was still get the benefit of the outcome.
You can take the company to the Property Tribunal for not providing what they have covenanted to provide and you can get an order to compel them to provide it.
A lot depends on whether you want to be on the receiving end of potential litigation or you want to be giving it out and of course how many people join in because you will find that they will all nod and complain but when it comes to paying money for legal advice and costs, they will have short arms and deep pockets.
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Please be aware that my answer is based strictly upon the information you have given me.
If you still need any points clarifying, I will be happy to reply because the thread does not close. In fact, it remains open indefinitely.
I am always happy to answer any further questions you have on any new thread in which case, please start your question with, “ For FES only”.
That only applies to new threads, not this one. You have me exclusively on this one.