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Hey all, due to ongoing problems with the leasehold flat I own which has a share of freehold, I am looking to recruit a managing agent to relieve me of my burden of having to deal with the other leaseholders. Its a depressing tale, where the other leaseholders have breached the lease and solicitors letters have been exchanged but nothing improves. I want a managing agent to take over the building and I expect the other leaseholders will object. So I believe that I need to apply to the court and a managing agent (who is approved by the court) makes decisions for us and decides what maintenance is needed and we pay monthly service charges to him/her to maintain the building. Hopefully it will cut out the squabbling over money and end the bad blood. Has anyone got a managing agent (who can act on behalf of the court)they could refer me to for a building with just two flats?
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