Is your property a house, flat, or something else?
Originally Posted by PMK
1. If it's a house, you can escape by using the s.164 of Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 procedure.
2. If it's a flat, you're largely stuck- unless several of the lessees jointly apply to Court under the Right to Manage legislation.
3. All the above relates to Buildings Insurance, of course. Contents Insurance is always your own responsibility.
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