Service charge funding and interest on borrowed funds

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Interim, or 'on-account', payments made by tenants would usually provide the landlord with enough funds to defray the costs of providing the services and in complying with the landlord's service charge obligations under the lease. Where the lease does not provide a mechanism for the collection of interim payments on...

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