Management Issues at Mixed-Use Developments

10th June 2016

By their very nature, mixed-use developments involve multiple parties with competing interests. This often leads to disputes regarding the management of the estate and the cost of maintaining it and, ultimately, to leaseholders wanting to take control (either by exercising the right to collective enfranchisement or the right to manage).

This paper considers the following (disparate) issues:

  • Construction of service charge covenants
  • Apportionment
  • Consultation
  • Variation of Leases
  • The Right to Manage

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Expertise: Service Charges


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