I know LHA will advise to ask FTT to appoint a manager, but in the meantime ....
All flat owners are ( incorrectly ) directors. They have used their Directorship powers to not obey the lease.
They use their directorship to ensure leaseholders do not get "sued" for any breaches of the lease, because that would mean they are sueing themselves.
As the Directors are in effect, representing the freeholder, "could" it be said that certain breaches of the lease have been, for the rest of time, been waived.
How would you get over to the LVT / FTT the fact that the Directors were not acting as Directors / freeholders, but as Leaseholders for their own gains, therefore no parts of the lease have been waived.
There are various items that have not been complied with. Flats change ownership, and the next leaseholder thinks the lease does not apply to them, and they are made a Director by the other directors, thereby perpetuating lease breaches, with instructions not to sue leaseholders.
Anyone come across this with the LVT ? and would LVT say, ( for items listed )well, it's gone on for 7 years, and you have therefore waived certain parts of the lease,
therefore anyone can park anywhere, anyone can park on the common ground and block people in, anyone can make major alterations to the outside of the building, anyone can build a shed in the Garden.
Rip out page 6, 8 and 15 of your lease, it no longer applies as it has been waived by the Directors.
Need to go to the LVT, but don't want to waste my time.