Q. What are my rights?
There is an extensive body of legislation concerning the management of leasehold property and accounting for service charges to which Trinity must adhere. This legislation lays down requirements for how we keep and account for service charge monies, the reasonableness of service charges, information we have to give to you and consultation before we carry out major work.
If you own a freehold property, the body of legislation is somewhat less and you must rely on your terms of your specific transfer deed.RETURN TO FAQ’s
Other Service Charge & Ground Rent questions
- Why is my Service Charge higher than my neighbour or the building down the road?
- What do I do if the wrong name is on my service charge invoices?
- What has happened to the Service Charge that I paid to the developer when I bought my home?
- My property is empty, why do I have to pay?
- What is the Management Fee?
- What is the Sinking Fund and Redecoration Fund?
- Why do I have to pay Service Charge when I live in a Freehold House?
- How do I know what Trinity is spending my Service Charge on?
- Why has my Service Charge increased?
- How can I pay my Service Charge or Ground Rent?
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