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Something about the service charge of the flat with lift.

Should landlord pay the service charge of the flat with lift or tenant?

Asked on Jan 7 2010, Renting in London | Report content

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  • There is no legal right or wrong to this answer other than it needs paying. As a landlord you might put a higher rent on to allow for the benefit of a lift! As a tenant who does not need a lift you might then be best looking at a different flat complex. Most of the time the Landlord/Lady will pay the service charge as they have often accounted for this in their decision to let out the property! But it is up to the individual owner to decided how atractive they want to make the flat to rent out, and that usually boils down to the less costs for the tenant the more likely it is to rent out! Hope this helps. Richard, Andrew Snape Estate Agents

    Answered on Jan 8 2010, Report content

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