This Guidance Note is about meetings called by managing agents to consult and inform leaseholders, generally where there is no resident management company (RMC) or residents association for a scheme.

It sets out good practice for holding residents' meetings and for ballots where managing agents consider them appropriate.

Covering Topics

  • Overview
  • Why Hold Residents' Meetings?
  • General Considerations About Meetings
  • How Will Any Decision Be Arrived At?
  • Minutes Of Meeting
  • Issuing Documents For Consultation
  • Ballots Of Leaseholders
  • Outcome Of A Consultation
  • Online Meetings

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