Litigation: From speedbumps to insolvency
Landlords should be aware that the way they manage multi-let complexes must not prejudice any of the tenants
Landlords and managing agents of industrial estates, retail parks, shopping centres, office blocks and other multi-let complexes have been known to assume they are free to manage them in what they perceive to be the interests of good estate management, as long as they act in good faith. When considering an action, they often focus not on whether they are to do what they propose, but rather on whether the cost of doing it can be recovered through the service charge.
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