Flattie wrote:Thanks. Would it be inconceivable to sign 2 complimentary contracts. One with the detailed specification required by A, the other with contractors, quotes and dates required by C.
If a lawyer drew up an agreement referring to C's schedule of work, this could simply be copied inserting A's complimentary schedule. Or am I getting too complex.
dls wrote:You miss the point.
Of course words put together by you will carry as much weight as any written by a solicitor, but the issue is whether the words will carry you in the right direction.
A correct answer to this requires a view of the leases. Older leases make very poor provision for 'sinking fund' type arrangements - where money is paid by one tenant against repairs which may only be completed after he leaves. In the absence of proper arrangements, different difficulties may arise.
It is right to keep this proportionate.
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