Service charges are payable by tenants and leaseholders for services, repairs, maintenance, improvements, insurance, or costs of management.
Information on service charges payable by leaseholders for services, repairs, maintenance, improvements, insurance, or costs of management.
Several statutes prevent landlords from making late demands and control the level of service charges to keep them reasonable.
Tenants must pay service charges, have the right to information about service charges, and may argue for a reduced service charge.
Landlord must provide certain information and meet the requirements of both the law and the lease for a lawful service charge demand.
Service charge amounts, methods and frequency of payments, protection of service charge money, and help for leaseholders on a low income.
Circumstances in which it is possible to dispute a service charge and the role of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber).
Circumstances allowing landlords to pass on the costs of court proceedings to tenants through service charges and possibilities to challenge the amount charged.