A Right to Manage company is a legal entity that tenants can use when they want to take over the management of the building they occupy from the current landlord.
Prior to incorporating your right to manage company, you'll need to have consulted with a solicitor on recompensing the reasonable legal costs of the freeholder of the building or have had your case adjudicated on at the First Tier Property Tribunal. It can take up to 9 months from the engagement of your solicitor until the point at which your Right to Manage limited company takes over the building's management.
Your Company Formations helps you and your fellow tenants at the end of the process of assuming management of the property by forming your Right to Manage limited company. We do not provide advice during the process - you are strongly advised to use an experienced solicitor.
Please note that Right to Manage companies cannot acquire or own the building in which you are a tenant. If you wish to incorporate a company for that purpose, you will need to incorporate a property management company - please click here (link to Property management company package page) to find out more.
For help and advice on forming a right to manage limited company, please call us on (telephone number) or email us at (email address).
Our service is automatic - when you complete your right to manage company registration on our website, we'll check the details and submit them straight away to Companies House. As soon as they have approved the documents and you have been incorporated, we'll email you to let you know.
Companies House charge for the registration of right to manage limited companies - all Companies House fees are included in our price. Your Company Formations has always had a transparent pricing structure so you know what you're paying for and how much it costs before you choose to use us.
By choosing our right to manage limited company formation package, you'll receive electronic copes of your Certificate of Incorporation, your Memorandum of Association, your Articles of Association, and your Guarantor certificates.
In nearly all circumstances, you'll be ready to start trading on the same day that you form your right to manage limited company through us.
For every right to manage limited company not engaging with a managing agent and taking on building management responsibilities themselves, it's important to have a bank account to handle company cash and merchant facilities to take payments from fellow tenants. We can organise both for you and pay you (or an organisation of your choice) up to £55 cash back.
We have always provided free support and advice to all of our clients via telephone, email, and our website chat portal. We work with clients before, during, and after the set-up of their right to manage limited company.
You can easily administer your right to manage limited company online using our internet portal. It's easy to make changes to your company details when needed and our service saves you additional costs and fees in the future.
Yes. Your Right to Manage limited company must be based in England or Wales.
There must be at least one director and two members who are qualifying tenants.
Your responsibilities as a director of a Right to Manage company are the same as the responsibilities for a director of a standard limited company in terms of the submissions that you make to Companies House and to HMRC. As your solicitor will have advised you, you will also be responsible for the maintenance of and insurance for the building. Most Right to Manage companies tend to outsource their functions to an experienced managing agent who, in addition to maintenance and insurance, will collect tenant revenues on a Right to Manage company's behalf.
In most cases, yes. Once you declare your company dormant, you won't have to submit Company Tax returns to HMRC. You will, however, be required to submit dormant company accounts to Companies House once a year as well as submitting an annual confirmation statement. Please do take advice from a qualified accountant however.If you decide to manage the business yourself, it will almost certainly be a trading entity and it will have to submit Company Tax returns to HMRC and both annual accounts and a confirmation statement to HMRC once a year. Again, please consult with an accountant.
The Commonhold & Leasehold Reform Act 2002 is the functioning legislation and it came into effect on September 30th, 2003.
Your Right to Manager company is a company limited by guarantee. Your Articles must follow the legislation in place for companies limited by guarantee however we can provide this as part of our service. The name of your company must end with the words "Right to Manage Company Limited" or "RTM Manage Limited".
Most often, tenants will form a Right to Manage company because they believe that the current property manager (often but not always a managing agent appointed by the freeholder) is not doing a very good job, that they are charging too much, or both.A Right to Manage company often results in savings on previously high service charges and in parts of the building which have been neglected receiving much needed attention.
An increasing part of Your Company Formations' business is helping tenants form their Right to Manage limited companies. When you choose us, you can be assured of the best advice, support, and account management before, during, and after your Right to Manage limited company has been incorporated.