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Appointing a managing agent by a Tribunal

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Under Section 24 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, any leasehold flat owner has the right to apply to a Tribunal to change their managing agent if theyre unhappy with the current one. But its normally a last resort there are time and cost implications and the appointment will only be granted if you can prove fault with the current management.

The process can be initiated by a single leaseholder or a group, and its a good alternative when theres no enthusiasm in the block for going down the Right to Manage route.

In this Advice Note well look at how you can go about appointing a new managing agent through a Tribunal.

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