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Property management

Whether you are a managing agent, an RMC director or a leaseholder, communal living can result in block management disputesBrady Solicitors are highly experienced in bringing solutions to often complex situations. 



Airbnb and other short term lettings

Brady Solicitors offer straightforward and effective legal advice to help you deal with the challenges of short-term and holiday lettings in your development.

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Appointment of a Manager

Leaseholders can apply to the First-tier Tribunal to appoint a manager if they are unhappy with how their development is being managed.

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Management Agreement

The Management Agreement sets out how blocks will be run. Brady Solicitors can help you to draw up a Management Agreement to support the smooth running and management of the development.

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Changing your Managing Agent

Excessive costs, a lack of service and poor communication – just some of the most common gripes levelled at managing agents by their RMC director and leaseholder customers.

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Disruptive leaseholders

What do you do if leaseholders are consistently breaching the terms of their lease? Brady Solicitors are available for expert advice on dealing with disruptive leaseholders.

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Fire Safety

The focus on fire safety has dramatically increased since the introduction of the Building Safety Act (BSA). Brady Solicitors are ideally placed to help you with all legal matters relating to fire safety and the BSA.

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Leasehold Enfranchisement Solicitors

Leasehold enfranchisement entitles the leaseholders of a block of flats to collectively purchase the freehold of the property.

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Major Works and s.20 Consultations

The law around major works and section 20 consultations leaves many landlords, RMCs and managing agents unsure how to plan for repair, maintenance and improvement works to their blocks.

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Right to Manage

Right to Manage (RTM) gives leaseholders the ability to take over the management of their block by setting up an RTM company that allows them to confront historic leaseholder disputes.

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We take great pride in the recognition we have received, which showcases our innovative approaches and capabilities within the industry.

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If you’re currently looking for assistance or advice on a legal property management related matter, please get in touch and one of our experts will be happy to help.

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