Morton Baxter work closely with Landlords, Managing Agents and Residents to provide clear, concise and compliant financial reporting of Service Charges. This is an area which needs particular expertise and our team is vastly experienced in dealing with the obligations of Residential, Commercial and Mixed-Use developments through the provision of compliant financial reports to meet the needs of stakeholders.
The ethos of Morton Baxter – born in 2010 – remains as strong now as it did then and the five elements that we continue to abide by can be viewed above (within the ‘Why Our Clients Choose Us’ section). Our team endeavours to stick to these principles, treating all clients equal no matter the size of the development. Our team currently report to 1,000 clients (and growing!) which range from small developments of four units to large mixed-use developments of 250+ units with multiple schedules.
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Effective for audits of financial statements for periods beginning on or after December 15, 2009.
From January 2015 all ARMA members must operate according to the principles contained in the Consumer Charter and meet the requirements of the Standards.
Accountants’ reports on commercial property service charge accounts.
An Act to make provision about commonhold land and to amend the law about leasehold property.
An Act to confer on tenants of flats rights with respect to the acquisition by them of their landlord’s reversion.
An Act to consolidate certain provisions of the law of landlord and tenant formerly found in the Housing Acts.
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