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Hi All,

 

My elderly uncle owns a flat in Scotland. The factoring or the management company of the building have been charging an arm and a leg. He's been unable to pay or refuses to pay and I think the company is overcharging. It turns out there was water damage to the flat.

 

The management company is responsible for insurance and when the insurance claim was made, before passing on the check, they deducted their past due amounts. Can they do that without my uncle's consent?

 

Also, my uncle is obviously paying for insurance through his management/factor fee. He requested they provide the copy of insurance contract for his records, but its one excuse after the other. What can we do to get a copy of insurance... is there any law that requires them to provide copy of insurance details once requested. And can you please answer my query above about them deducting the past due amounts without consent from the insurance claim.

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If the premises are in Scotland, the law is different.

 

• In Scotland, contact -

 

Citizens Advice Bureau, Scotland:

http://www.cas.org.uk

 

Shelter Scotland, in Edinburgh:

http://shelter.org.uk

Tel. 0344-515-2444

 

Money Advice Scotland, if rent arrears:

http://www.moneyadvicescotland.org.uk

Tel. 0141-572-0237

 

See also this Sticky thread: Great links; housing and associated.

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Assured and Shorthold tenancies - A guide for tenants

 

Renting and Leasehold - Advice from Shelter

 

 

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