Service Charge Disputes

Pro-Leagle, Weatherill House
New South Quarter,
23 Whitestone Way, Croydon, CR0 4WF, UK
020 3397 1379 Office
020 3397 1559 Fax
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Disputes

Pro-Leagle's Service Charge Dispute Analyser is a unique product enabling leaseholders to rapidly obtain legal guidance on their service charge dispute.

Comprehensive and Easy to Use

Suitable for analysis of disputed maintenance, repair and improvement costs, buildings' insurance and administration charges. A detailed series of multiple choice questions assess the status of your service charge dispute facilitating generation of a personalised service charge report. This provides comprehensive guidance along with relevant legislation and case law. An itemised 'traffic-light' summary sheet provides an immediate assessment of whether there are grounds for challenging service charges.

» Read the FAQ on the Pro-Leagle website.

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Online and Automated

All analyses are carried out online through Pro-Leagle's web portal. Service charge questions are given side-by-side with sample statutory documents - enabling you to easily determine the validity of any service charge correspondance that you have recevied. Explanatory help-hints are provided at each stage and progress can be saved and reloaded at any time. Your service charge report will be available for download in .pdf format and can be accessed later on our website.

» Try the Online Demo on the Pro-Leagle website.

Are You a Freeholder?

We also offer a service charge statutory notice law pack helping you get every service charge notice absolutely right. This is your best protection against non-payment of service charges.

» Service Charge Statutory Notice Law Pack

  • "Brilliant service. Easy to use with extensive coverage of common problems leaseholders encounter with freeholders.
  • The explanatory notes are particularly useful.
  • I also like how the report gives a summary of findings and guidance on options for challenging the freeholder.
  • I would recommend the Analyser to any leaseholder who is unhappy with how their freeholder is charging them." Mr C. Nwaodume, Kent