The Right to Manage is a complex and specialist area of the law.
Delivered by experienced lecturer and practitioner Stephen Desmond, this course will provide viewers with a basic introduction to, and grounding in, key issues associated with the Right to Manage
During this course, the following topics will be considered:
- Premises to which the Right to Manage applies
- Appurtenant property & excluded buildings
- Who are qualifying tenants?
- The RTM company: membership & articles of association
- Notice of invitation to participate
- Claim notice, including required contents & inaccuracies
- Landlords not traceable
- Notice to obtain information
- Right of access upon notice
- Counter-notice, including contents
- Application on receipt of ‘hostile’ counter-notice
- Withdrawal of claim notice
- Costs incurred in consequence of claim notice
- The acquisition date
- Notices relating to contracts
- Accrued uncommitted service charges
- Management functions under leases, including approvals
- Monitoring & reporting requirements
- Landlord contributions to service charges
- Cessation of Right to Manage
What are the requirements?
What is the target audience?
- This course is primarily aimed at lawyers with little or no experience in this area of conveyancing practice.