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DESAMAX

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  1. Thanks for you input, in your opinion, if i went to small claims, I could get paid out (if proven) dating back to 1994 ? and maybe interest.
  2. its a long long story, the FH never maintained out building, gutters collapsed, communal windows rotted, external pipes leaked and were blocked, we had leaks, among many other issues the FH dragged out all correspondence. The FH earns commission on the building insurance, on top of 4.5k pa man fee, and other admin fees he chooses to charge. we were very lucky to have a grant issued by the lottery fund to revamp the front external part of the building this cost leaseholders 5% of the cost to paid to the council. This put the external parts back in a good condition, the FH issued a 1k bill on top of the management fees for his non existence roll in this. I have brought all the issues up with other leaseholders to no avail. I fact i want to either claim the overcharged payments back and move. THts if i can claim the whole amount, or i might stay for a couple of years and deduct the amount from future charges and the go. hence my question
  3. the strange this is, it add up to 104% only i have been over paying its a block of six small flats above two shops. there are other overcharging issues, but the other leaseholders dont want to know, as they are BTLs Its the freeholder / MAN co who are the same, thanks
  4. Since 1994 I have been charged 40% of the building insurance premium, last year when disputing something else i obtained my lease and noticed my contribution to the building insurance was in fact 36%. i have asked for reimbursement, they refused. thanks
  5. can someone please confirm to me how far back i can claim for being overcharged by my landlord, on the annual insurance premium on my leasehold flat? I have discovered that they have been overcharging me 4% of the premium since 1994. this equates to almost 5k Thanks.
  6. Hi again, i had this response from our freeholder .... having discussed the matter in detail with the Information commissioner's office I set out below my response. All your personal data has been supplied by you and is solely used in connection with your lease dated 1900s. Your data has not been subject to any automatic processing and has not been used in any way to categorise you or to place you on any list. Any correspondence that is deemed privileged to include any correspondence I have had with solicitors regarding your breach of contract or any other matter is deemed privileged and I do not have to divulge same. Thanks Do i have grounds to challenge this as they have CC six other leaseholders to the comments about me and the other leaseholder.
  7. We are moving forward with the RTA We have applied to the FTT for recconigsion. The advise to issue a SAR is confusing as it don’t seem any info has to be released on my above comments. Although it did wind them up a bit. As they issued a counter SAR.
  8. Hi again, I received the email with the my data attached the data disclosed was my name, Address, Mobil Number, & email address. They have stated in an email “ that the evidence we hold on file neither yourself or Mr X are not fit to be part of this proposed association” They have also previously stated that they would send my file to their solicitors. Im confused as to is the above statement and file could be classed as prvelliged information. Thanks
  9. The Freeholder/Man Co has breached their maintenance contract and has been found to be overcharging on service charges and insurance premiums. We have taken them to task on this. They have alleged my breach of contract (that I rebuff)for nearly three years and state they are still seeking legal advice on that. We have recently tried to form an RTA, they refused on the above grounds hence the SAR. the RTA has now been put to the FFT for recognition.
  10. Thanks for the responses, I received this response from them yesterday..... In response to your subject access request and having discussed the matter in detail with the Information commissioner's office I set out below my response. All your personal data has been supplied by you and is solely used in connection with your lease dated 1990s. Your data has not been subject to any automatic processing and has not been used in any way to categorise you or to place you on any list. Any correspondence that is deemed privileged to include any correspondence I have had with solicitors regarding your breach of contract or any other matter is deemed privileged and I do not have to divulge same. I shall be sending you all the required personal data under separate cover. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ They have till early next week to forward the data. I am interested as to what evidence they hold on me, that leads them to believe i am not fit to be on a "Recognised Tenants Association", they have also informed me in the passed that my file has been passed onto their Solicitors. Can anyone advise or comment ? Thanks
  11. Thanks for the response. To be honest I don’t get what he is asking for. I have only coresponded with his company via email, he obviously has copies of the same. The only Data I have is his name his company’s names, email address, companys registered office address his office phone number. If that’s classed as data? I have discussed maintenance problems with the freeholder company with my tenant and have also copied them in on any emails sent relating to their problems. I am a self employed landlord of a leasehold under his company’s freehold. I self manage the property. I sent him the SAR as advised in my OP.
  12. Hi again the freeholder has a few day left to answer my SAR, no reply as yet. However they have sent me a counter request below, I’m a sole trader and conduct most of my business on the phone or by meeting my tenants and others, I also don’t keep records for more than 7 yrs. Anyone have any advice on the below? I note they signed it under their personal name, not the usual LTD Co but are using the COs registered address. In consultation with the ICO please supply the data about me that I am entitled to under data protection law relating to:- All emails, correspondence and records from yourself and between yourself and your tenants and any other third party from the inception of your lease dated **** It may be helpful for you to know that data protection law requires you to respond to a request for data within one calendar month. If you do not normally deal with these requests, please pass this letter to your Data Protection Officer, or relevant staff member. If you need advice on dealing with this request, the Information Commissioner’s Office can assist you. Its website is ico.org.uk or it can be contacted on 0303 123 1113. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks in anticipation
  13. Hi thanks for the reply, we are private long leaseholders in a mixed use building 6 small flats and two commercial units. We have formally requested to become a “recognised tenants association” we have sent the constitution paperwork signed by all members (4 residential leaseholders) if we get no response or they refused to recognise us, we can then ask the FTT for recconigion. Our Management co and Freeholder have the same directors so are the same under different hats. They don’t have a website. I hope this doesn’t change anything? We are not aware of any evidence they could possibly have on us. Thanks again.
  14. Hi we recently asked our landlord for recognition of our tenants association. We received the below late reply, after formally requesting recognition. Would this be grounds to send them a SAR as they say they have evidence on file? Also what would the best way to go about this, we have years of email trails so they shouldn't need to ID us. Thanks in anticipation Desamax Dear M ********, Upon receipt of your email dated **.**.18 I discussed the matter with our solicitors who confirmed that with the evidence we hold on file neither yourself or M****** are fit to be part of this proposed association. This is irrespective of our own views on the matter generally. I will pass on your email dated 13th instant to our solicitors for their perusal.
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