Hi AJ. Thanks for the answer. Are you saying that the 2006 act overrides anything that might have been contained or implied by earlier acts, I mean in respect of the calling of EGM's? The company is the owner of the freehold of a block of flats. We the leaseholders each have a share in the company which is the share of freehold.
Our Directors have commissioned building work which we have not been fully consulted on and we want to call a meeting to discuss it. They are not doing that for us so we want to force them to have one. Is all we need to do for 5% of us to ask them to hold a meeting? I presume s303 has all the answers. 5% seems a little, I thought it was 10%.
I'm happy to finish and give 5 stars. BTW what is Table A?
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