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Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002

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(1)Regulations under section 32 may, in particular, require a commonhold community statement to make provision—

(a)requiring the directors of the commonhold association to establish and maintain one or more funds to finance the repair and maintenance of common parts;

(b)requiring the directors of the commonhold association to establish and maintain one or more funds to finance the repair and maintenance of commonhold units.

(2)Where a commonhold community statement provides for the establishment and maintenance of a fund in accordance with subsection (1) it must also make provision—

(a)requiring or enabling the directors of the commonhold association to set a levy from time to time,

(b)specifying the percentage of any levy set under paragraph (a) which is to be allocated to each unit,

(c)requiring each unit-holder to make payments in respect of the percentage of any levy set under paragraph (a) which is allocated to his unit, and

(d)requiring the directors of the commonhold association to serve notices on unit-holders specifying payments required to be made by them and the date on which each payment is due.

(3)For the purpose of subsection (2)(b)—

(a)the percentages allocated by a commonhold community statement to the commonhold units must amount in aggregate to 100;

(b)a commonhold community statement may specify 0 per cent. in relation to a unit.

(4)The assets of a fund established and maintained by virtue of this section shall not be used for the purpose of enforcement of any debt except a judgment debt referable to a reserve fund activity.

(5)For the purpose of subsection (4)—

(a)reserve fund activity” means an activity which in accordance with the commonhold community statement can or may be financed from a fund established and maintained by virtue of this section,

(b)assets are used for the purpose of enforcement of a debt if, in particular, they are taken in execution or are made the subject of a charging order under section 1 of the Charging Orders Act 1979 (c. 53), and

(c)the reference to a judgment debt includes a reference to any interest payable on a judgment debt.

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