PROPERTY ADMINISTRATOR

The bailiff may practice as a property administrator (property management, management agents for co-owned properties) under various conditions prescribed by the professional status of bailiff.
Bailiffs are able to do so thanks to a combination of a high level of academic training, an in depth knowledge of the local population and the regional economy, and are able to respond to the demands of owners or co-owners wishing to benefit from their appropriate skill set in order to optimize any services required.

MANAGEMENT OF BUILDINGS AND APARTMENTS

  • advice
  • looking for tenants
  • checking applications
  • rental valuation
  • drafting reports on the state of the premises, either in the presence of the parties or, if necessary by certified report of a statement of facts
  • drafting leases
  • rent collection
  • breakdown and collection of charges
  • checking maintenance of the premises (work)
  • drafting and issuing different types of notice periodss
  • monitoring litigation cases and actions for recovery, termination and monitoring any type of proceedings if necessary
  • preparing specific interim property tax returns

MANAGEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

  • advice
  • drafting leases
  • monitoring any specific inherent legal difficulties (notice periods, renewal, termination etc.)
  • technical monitoring
  • invoicing and rent collection
  • tax monitoring (V.A.T., income from property)
  • litigation

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Management of a co-owned property especially that demanded by the law and Decrees currently in force :

  • holding general meetings
  • fixing budgets
  • call for funds
  • property management company accounting
  • keeping annual accounts of charges
  • monitoring (repairs and major work maintenance)
  • recovery of unpaid debts monitoring litigation and legal procedure

 

The bailiff also gives advice and assistance to volunteer organisations;

The court may nominate a bailiff as an administrator to a co-owned property which either does not have a property management company, or cannot be managed at the time because of any particular complication

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