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What does LVT stand for?

LVT stands for Leasehold Valuation Tribunal (UK)

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The Company has a highly experienced management team including David Glass, the founder of David Glass Associates which floated on AIM in November 1995; Benjamin Mire, a Chairman of the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal and former Director at Lee Baron Commercial Limited; Dr Julian Finegold, co-founder of Trust Property Management Limited and former business and sales manager at IBM UK; Larry Lipman, a well-known entrepreneur in the property sector and Trevor Brown, founder of niche commercial property management company Dexter Brown Limited, which was acquired by the Company in October 2007.
In addition to its traditional work on rents and leasehold disputes, it now also has the ability to settle disputes on: Service charges - the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal (LVT) has much wider powers to decide whether service charges are payable including decisions on whether costs and standards of work are reasonable and whether the lessees have been properly consulted.
Notes for Editors: - Greenwich Council Home Ownership Service provides a range of services for leaseholders, including: a Leaseholder Forum; production of the Leaseholder Handbook (praised by the Charter Mark assessor); collection of service charges; and representing the Council at Leasehold Valuation Tribunals.
Leasehold valuation tribunals, which handle disputes between landlords and homeowners, will also have increased powers and new targets to ensure cases are heard quickly.