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Invoice

Mr Colin Skinner & Ms Rebecca Smith NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Landlord and Tenant act
17 Lockyard Lane 1987 Sections 47 & 48 and Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act
MANCHESTER 2002 that all notices (including notices in proceedings) may be served
M4 6JN upon the landlord:-
Urban Splash House Limited Timber Wharf 16-22 Worsley Street
MANCHESTER M15 4LD

Client:
Urban Splash House Limited Timber Wharf 16-22 Worsley Street
MANCHESTER M15 4LD

This notice is given in respect of: Urban Splash House Limited Invoice No: 1576113
17 Lockyard Lane MANCHESTER M4 6JN
Invoice Date: 24 Aug 18
Client VAT No: Not VAT Registered
Reference: 245001102901
Due Date Description Period Rate Nett VAT Gross

29 Sep 18 Quarterly Service Charge in advance 29 Sep 2018-24Dec 2018 0.00% 40.29 40.29
29 Sep 18 Quarterly Reserve Fund in advance 29 Sep 2018-24Dec 2018 0.00% 2.33 2.33

InvoiceTotal: £42.62 £42.62

Account Balance: £42.62

REMITTANCE ADVICE

PLEASE NOTE:The option to pay by Direct Debit is available to you. To arrange this please contact us on 0345 002 4444
quoting your reference number.

For details of other payment options please see the reverse of this document.

Telephone Pay Ref: 245001102901


ADDRESS FOR PAYMENT:
Payment to: RMG - Urban Splash House Limited RMG House
Essex Road
Hoddesdon
Amount Due: 42.62 Hertfordshire
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Tel: 0345 002 4444
Direct Payments: Sort Code: 122725 Fax: 0345 002 4455
www.rmgltd.co.uk
Account Number: 06980551
Payment Reference: 245001102901
MANAGING AGENT CONTACT DETAILS CHARGES
Residential Management Group Ltd Payments outside of your Lease / Transfer will incur a charge to RMG for
administering your payments. This fee will be included as part of the agreed
RMG House, Essex Road
payment arrangement with RMG. Any payment arrangements are entered into
Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire without prejudice to the Terms and Conditions set in your Lease / Transfer.
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T. 0345 002 4444 RECEIVE ALL CORRESPONDENCE VIA EMAIL
F. 0345 002 4455 RMG now offer a paperless service which means you can now chose to
E. customerservice@rmguk.com receive all your correspondence sent from us to you via email.
To can sign up from any of the following options:
IMPORTANCE OF YOUR PAYMENT • Logging into your RMG Living Account at www.rmgliving.co.uk and
RMG collect service charges on behalf of your Management Company or
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Freeholder in accordance with your Lease / Transfer. Non-payment of your
Service Charge can impact on the services provided to your development • Don’t have an RMG Living account go to the following website as a guest
which can include gardening, window cleaning, insurance etc. and sign up www.rmgliving.co.uk/paperless.
• Alternatively you can scan this QR code which will take
METHODS OF PAYMENT you straight to the paperless sign up.
RMG have a multitude of different ways to make it easier for you to make
payment to us. These are:

RMG LIVING
RMG Living is our Online Customer Portal where you can access live account CHANGING YOUR CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
information and make payments as well as being able to download documents If you are changing address you will need to notify us so we can update our
and report repairs. records. This can be done via the following methods:
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www.rmgliving.co.uk and go to ‘Make a Payment.’ (downloadable via your App Store.)
Alternatively you can scan this QR code to take you straight • Advising our Customer Service Centre via Online Chat at
to the site. www.rmgliving.co.uk or www.rmguk.com

If you are new to RMG Living and would like to create an • Email our Customer Service Centre at customerservice@rmguk.com
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go straight to the account creation by scanning this QR code. the ability to be able to issue invoices and correspondence to you correctly.

SELLING YOUR HOME


RMG LIVING APP
Our Solicitors Enquiries Department will be able to assist in most sales queries.
The RMG Living App enables you to access the RMG Living functionality on
To notify us of the sale of your property and to request a sellers pack please
the go whether that be via phone or tablet. You can make payments, access
contact us at SED@rmguk.com
live account information as well as download documents and report issues to
us directly via Online Chat 24/7.
HOUSING ACT 1996
To download this free app go to your app store and search In accordance with Section 81(1) of the aforementioned Act, please contact
‘RMG Living.’ us immediately should you have any questions or wish to raise objection to
the amount detailed overleaf. If you are not responsible for the payment of this
Alternatively you can download directly by scanning this service charge please ensure you forward this invoice onto the owner. Failure
QR Code. to pay will result in further charges and legal action.

ONLINE BANK TRANSFER If you have any questions in relation to RMG and the services we provide
You can pay your full balance via online bank transfer using the bank details please view our FAQs located either via your RMG Living Account at
on the remittance slip located overleaf. Please quote your customer reference www.rmgliving.co.uk or at www.rmguk.com
number as a reference for your payment in order for us to allocate this correctly.
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not stop further recovery action if not paid in full by the due date. and would like to discuss your payments with us then you can contact our
Customer Service Centre 24/7 via Online Chat.
AUTOMATED TELEPHONE PAYMENT SERVICE
Payment can be made over the phone using our Automated Telephone This is located on the help section of your RMG Living login
Payment service by calling 0345 002 4444 this is available 24/7. You will need page at www.rmgliving.co.uk or alternatively start a chat
to have your customer reference number to hand which is located overleaf. now by scanning this QR code.

DIRECT DEBIT
To arrange a Direct Debit please contact our Customer Service Centre 24/7 on
0345 002 4444. Please be aware charges may apply and you need to ensure
cleared funds are available on the day of collection to avoid a returned payment
fee. In accordance with the Direct Debit rules and regulations, RMG reserve
the right to amend your payment amount, date or frequency providing 10
working days plus postage time is given in notice. You have the right to cancel
your Direct Debit at any time but will need to arrange an alternative method of
payment for any outstanding charges.
Service Charges – Summary of Tenants’ Rights and Obligations
(1) This summary, which briefly sets out your rights and obligations in relation to variable service charges, must by
law accompany a demand for service charges. Unless a summary is sent to you with a demand, you may
withhold the service charge. The summary does not give a full interpretation of the law and if you are in any doubt
about your rights and obligations you should seek independent advice.
(2) Your lease sets out your obligations to pay service charges to your landlord in addition to your rent. Service
charges are amounts payable for services, repairs, maintenance, improvements, insurance or the landlord’s costs
of management, to the extent that the costs have been reasonably incurred.
(3) You have the right to ask the First-tier Tribunal to determine whether you are liable to pay service charges for
services, repairs, maintenance, improvements, insurance or management. You may make a request before or
after you have paid the service charge. If the tribunal determines that the service charge is payable, the tribunal
may also determine who should pay the service charge and who it should be paid to; the amount; the date it
should be paid by; and how it should be paid. However, you do not have these rights where a matter has been
agreed or admitted by you; a matter has already been, or is to be referred to arbitration or has been determined
by arbitration and you agreed to go to arbitration after the disagreement about the service charge or costs arose;
or a matter has been decided by a court.
(4) If your lease allows your landlord to recover costs incurred or that may be incurred in legal proceedings as
service charges, you may ask the court or tribunal, before which those proceedings were brought, to rule that
your landlord may not do so.
(5) Where you seek a determination from the First-tier Tribunal, you will have to pay an application fee and, where
the matter proceeds to an oral hearing, a hearing fee, unless you qualify for fee remission or exemption. Making
an application may incur additional costs, such as professional fees, which you may have to pay.
(6) The First-tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal (in determining an appeal against a decision of the First-tier
Tribunal) have the power to award costs in accordance with section 29 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement
Act 2007.
(7) If your landlord proposes works on a building or any other premises that will cost you or any other tenant more
than £250, or proposes to enter into an agreement for works or services which will last for more than 12 months
and will cost you or any other tenant more than £100 in any 12 month accounting period, your contribution will be
limited to these amounts unless your landlord has properly consulted on the proposed works or agreement or the
First-tier Tribunal has agreed that consultation is not required.
(8) You have the right to apply to the First-tier Tribunal to ask it to determine whether your lease should be varied on
the grounds that it does not make satisfactory provision in respect of the calculation of a service charge payable
under the lease.
(9) You have the right to write to your landlord to request a written summary of the costs which make up the service
charges. The summary must cover the last 12 month period used for making up the accounts relating to the
service charge ending no later than the date of your request, where the accounts are made up for 12 month
periods; or cover the 12 month period ending with the date of your request, where the accounts are not made up
for 12 month periods. The summary must be given to you within 1 month of your request or 6 months of the end
of the period to which the summary relates whichever is the later.
(10) You have the right, within 6 months of receiving a written summary of costs, to require the landlord to provide
you with reasonable facilities to inspect the accounts, receipts and other documents supporting the summary and
for taking copies or extracts from them.
(11) You have the right to ask an accountant or surveyor to carry out an audit of the financial management of the
premises containing your dwelling, to establish the obligations of your landlord and the extent to which the service
charges you pay are being used efficiently. It will depend on your circumstances whether you can exercise this
right alone or only with the support of others living in the premises. You are strongly advised to seek independent
advice before exercising this right.
(12) Your lease may give your landlord a right of re-entry or forfeiture where you have failed to pay charges which are
properly due under the lease. However, to exercise this right, the landlord must meet all the legal requirements
and obtain a court order. A court order will only be granted if you have admitted you are liable to pay the amount
or it is finally determined by a court, tribunal or by arbitration that the amount is due. The court has a wide
discretion in granting such an order and it will take into account all the circumstances of the case.

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Administration Charges – Summary of Tenants’ Rights and Obligation
(1) This summary, which briefly sets out your rights and obligations in relation to administration charges, must by law
accompany a demand for administration charges. Unless a summary is sent to you with a demand, you may
withhold the administration charge. The summary does not give a full interpretation of the law and if you are in
any doubt about your rights and obligations you should seek independent advice.
(2) An administration charge is an amount which may be payable by you as part of or in addition to the rent directly
or indirectly –
 for or in connection with the grant of an approval under your lease, or an application for such approval;
 for or in connection with the provision of information or documents;
 in respect of your failure to make any payment due under your lease; or
 in connection with a breach of a covenant or condition of your lease.
If you are liable to pay an administration charge, it is payable only to the extent that the amount is reasonable.
(3) Any provision contained in a grant of a lease under the right to buy under the Housing Act 1985, which claims to
allow the landlord to charge a sum for consent or approval, is void.
(4) You have the right to ask the First-tier Tribunal whether an administration charge is payable. You may make a
request before or after you have paid the administration charge. If the tribunal determines the charge is payable,
the tribunal may also determine –
 who should pay the administration charge and who it should be paid to;
 the amount;
 the date it should be paid by; and
 how it should be paid.
However, you do not have this right where –

 a matter has been agreed to or admitted by you;


 a matter has been, or is to be, referred to arbitration or has been determined by arbitration and you
agreed to go to arbitration after the disagreement about the administration charge arose; or
 a matter has been decided by a court.
(5) You have the right to apply to the First-tier Tribunal for an order varying the lease on the grounds that any
administration charge specified in the lease, or any formula specified in the lease for calculating an administration
charge is unreasonable.
(6) Where you seek a determination or order from the First-tier Tribunal, you will have to pay an application fee and,
where the matter proceeds to an oral hearing, a hearing fee, unless you qualify for fee remission or exemption.
Making such an application may incur additional costs, such as professional fees, which you may have to pay.
(7) The First-tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal (in determining an appeal against a decision of the First-tier
Tribunal) have the power to award costs in accordance with section 29 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement
Act 2007.
(8) Your lease may give your landlord a right of re-entry or forfeiture where you have failed to pay charges which are
properly due under the lease. However, to exercise this right, the landlord must meet all the legal requirements
and obtain a court order. A court order will only be granted if you have admitted you are liable to pay the amount
or it is finally determined by a court, a tribunal or by arbitration that the amount is due. The court has a wide
discretion in granting such an order and it will take into account all the circumstances of the case.

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