Commentary

102 Differential contributions to the cost of services

COMMONHOLD vol 8(1)
COMMONHOLD vol 8(1) | Commentary

102 Differential contributions to the cost of services

COMMONHOLD vol 8(1) | Commentary

102 Differential contributions to the cost of services

There can only be a single percentage of commonhold assessment allocated to a commonhold unit. This limitation can cause difficulties.

It is not uncommon, and indeed usual in a mixed-use development, for the recipient of services to enjoy, and to pay for, one proportion of some services and a different proportion of other services. This can readily be achieved in a leasehold regime. However, in a commonhold, the commonhold community statement must ‘specify the percentage of any estimate [of commonhold assessment] ... which is to be allocated to each unit’1. In view of

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