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I'm the freeholder of a house that's managed by Consort PM management company.

 

 

They have recently sent a letter stating they will add unspecified admin charges and solicitor fees to our account

for every letter they send regarding contravention of the covenants.

 

 

Assuming this happens unchallenged but I refuse to pay it,

 

 

I would not be able to remortgage my property because they have a charge on the land registry

and I know from my neighbour's experience you can't get their approval for a remortgage unless you clear your account.

 

 

This seems an underhanded tactic to get people to remove satellite dishes (which they haven't done anything about for the 12 years the estate has existed)

and anything else they deem a contravention.

 

 

Anyone with legal experience know if this is enforceable

and how to ensure minimal inconvenience from anything that pertains to what they have threatened to do in their letter?

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they ca state what they like

 

 

all penalty fees be them letters etc etc

are unlawful

 

 

and can be reclaimed

 

 

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Thank you for your quick response. Can you detail how fees like this can be reclaimed?

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can be treated the same as any loan or credit card penalty charges.

 

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?423713-Barclaycard-Link

 

 

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Hi.

 

I've moved this to the Property/Leasehold forum.

 

Are you actually the freeholder or is it a leasehold property ?

 

I disagree with DX's comment, certain admin charges may indeed be recoverable IF allowed by the lease or covenant, if its a leasehold property, there will be a lease, if it is indeed freehold then there would be some sort of covenant..both of these may outline certain conditions, whether admin charges are payable, etc and what you can do to pro[perty, etc.

 

If the covenant has been broken then a charge maybe payable, HOWEVER you say the dish has been there for 12 years therefore some sort of estoppel may apply.

 

If properties are leasehold there are all sorts of protections available against such charges/fees (if they ARE deemed payable they can be reduced to a reasonable level by the FTT (LVT) tribunal, if they are freehold then the protection is less and is purely contractual (i.e whatever the covenant says).

 

How did the charge get on the property ?

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