The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 considerably extends the jurisdiction of Leasehold Valuation Tribunals (LVTs). This work provides easy to follow guidance on how to conduct a dispute in a LVT or Rent Assessment Committee (RAC), where cases often fail due to the lack of proper preparation. * Sets out all the powers, responsibilities and jurisdiction of the LVT and RAC * Supplies detailed procedural guidance on cases coming before these bodies * Deals separately with each type of claim, for rents, valuation, service charges, appointment of manager, variation of leases and breach of covenant * Goes through claims in chronological order, showing what to do at each stage * Considers all related topics - such as costs, enforcement and appeals to the Lands Tribunal * Explains how the LVT's powers have been extended by the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 * Covers the new regulations governing proceedings at LVTs under the 2002 Act
Assessment of fair rents and other rent assessments. Leasehold enfranchisement. Service charge disputes. The appointment of a manager. Variation of lease terms. Assessment of the reasonableness of administrative charges. Other powers exercised by leasehold valuation tribunals. The Action. Precedents. Legislation.
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