The Tenement Management Scheme sets out the procedures flat owners need to follow when making ‘scheme decisions’ about maintaining and repairing common parts. These rules can be used if your title deeds don’t specify how decisions should be made, or if different owners’ title deeds say conflicting things.
Written by lawyers with extensive experience dealing with factoring queries in Scotland, our free legal guide written in ‘plain english’ provides answers to the following common questions:
- What decisions can be made under the tenement management scheme?
- What decisions are not covered by the tenement management scheme?
- What is the decision making process?
- Once a scheme decision has been made, what happens next?
- Can scheme decisions be appealed?
- Dealing with emergency situations.
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