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The basic premise of a lease is that it providescertainty for the parties to that lease.
The terms in it to therefore cannot be amendedunless all the parties affected by it agreed
Does that answer the question? Can I assistfurther or answer any specific queries?
Can the resident who is objecting to the camper van sue the Chairman and Secretary for allowing it to park on the estate
Would the amendment be on a majority or 100% to change the outdated lease
As I said earlier, the idea of a lease is toprovide certainty and there would be no certainty for a leaseholder if the leasecould be changed by merely a vote. It is not of vote of all the committeemembers it is the agreement of everyone who is affected by the lease in any wayat all.
The person who objects sues the freeholder and orthe management company. The chairman and secretary have no authority to grantthe permission that they granted and if I was the one who objects, I would beseeking costs from them personally.
The remedy here is quite simply that if oneperson objects, the consent must be withdrawn and the parking of whatever it isthat is in breach of the lease must end immediately.
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