As I said earlier, the idea of a lease is to
provide certainty and there would be no certainty for a leaseholder if the lease
could be changed by merely a vote. It is not of vote of all the committee
members it is the agreement of everyone who is affected by the lease in any way
The person who objects sues the freeholder and or
the management company. The chairman and secretary have no authority to grant
the permission that they granted and if I was the one who objects, I would be
seeking costs from them personally.
The remedy here is quite simply that if one
person objects, the consent must be withdrawn and the parking of whatever it is
that is in breach of the lease must end immediately.
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