Right to manage: Q Studios (Stoke) RTM Co Ltd v Premier Ground Rents No. 6 Ltd  UKUT 197 (LC)
Winston Jacob explains the guidance provided by the President of the Upper Tribunal in Q Studios (Stoke) RTM Co Ltd v Premier Ground Rents No. 6 Ltd  UKUT 197 (LC) as to when a separate set of premises is a “flat” and when it is “occupied, or intended to be occupied, for residential purposes” and therefore subject to the right to manage provisions of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.
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