Leasehold: anti-social behaviour in flats

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17 November 2009 Anti-social behaviour is becoming more common in the residential long leasehold sector and can cause real misery. Brett Williams explores the options available to block managers Noise, barking dogs, abandoned vehicles, damage to common areas and harassment are just...

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