The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 makes provision for the relevant contributions of tenants1 to relevant costs incurred either on carrying out qualifying works2, or under a qualifying long term agreement3, to be limited unless consultation requirements4 are met in relation to them (subject to an application being made to the appropriate tribunal for a determination to dispense with all or any of the consultation requirements in relation to any such works or agreement)5.
The provision so made applies to qualifying works if relevant costs incurred on carrying out the works exceed an appropriate amount6; and the appropriate national authority
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