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Residential Management Company (RMC)

Practical and wide-ranging legal support for RMC directors

It can at times appear a thankless task to be a director of a self-managed resident management company (RMC).

Our clients choose SLC Solicitors because we provide RMC directors with practical and wide-ranging legal support on a cross-section of leasehold and management issues such as debt recovery in relation to arrears of service charges and ground rents, nuisance, leasehold enfranchisement, right to manage, lease extensions and variations and licences for alterations. We can also supply RMC directors with guidance notes and our e-bulletins that cover wide-ranging topics relating to property management, health and safety, insurance, credit control and many other topics.

We are able to guide RMC directors through what can sometimes appear to be difficult and awkward legal processes as well as enhancing your credit control process by supplying precedent documents to ensure all demands of service charges and ground rents are compliant and avoiding unnecessary disputes or re-serving of demands.

In relation to the recovery of arrears of service charges and ground rents we try wherever possible to recover our fees from the defaulting tenant and we try not to levy any upfront charges as we know that your cashflow and reserves are better spent on management and maintenance rather than legal costs and court disbursements.

We will always provide you with a quote in advance for our Property and Litigation services and discuss with you how those costs are calculated.

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To find out how we can help you please call us on a totally no-obligation basis so we can explain our expertise to you in more detail.

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