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Commercial and Residential Service Charges provides an in-depth analysis of the law and practice relating to service charge disputes in both residential and commercial property law.
The principal focus of this brand new title is on service charges payable by tenants to landlords, but it also covers service charges in the freehold context. All heads of charges commonly covered by a service charge are given a detailed treatment together with descriptions of the machinery used for recovering service charges and the remedies available to landlords and tenants in service charge disputes. Most helpfully it includes coverage of thorny issues such as conditions precedent for payment, certification of accounts and methods of apportionment.
Commercial and Residential Service Charges considers the various statutory regimes which apply to the collection of service charges, principally in the residential sphere, but also where they affect commercial service charges. This includes the extensive jurisdiction of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal to determine whether service charges relating to dwellings are payable.
The legislation covered in the book includes: