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Lift Contract Terms and Conditions - are they unfair


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Hi

 

This is a slightly different problem which I would very much appreciate some help with.

 

We have a lift contract which is costing us around £6K per year. We are 20 flats in total, so it is costing more than the required £100 per flat per year.

 

When the contract was taken out in 2003 by a previous Director, there was possibly no requirement to issue a S20 notice. However, there is now.

 

The Lift contract is with Otis, and it is was for 5 years, after which it rolls on for another FIVE years. The present Management Co, consisting of 3 directors and a managing agent who does the work of the Secretary, failed to read the lift contract, and therefore failed to give the required 3 months notice in February 2008. Do we have any contract expert out there who can say whether or not this is an unfair contracts or condition.

 

I can email a copy of it should anyone be able to help.

 

Many thanks in anticipation

 

Bankoff

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