General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Since the introduction of GDPR in 2018, lpm have received an increased number of requests from homeowners who have sold their property and advise that they no longer wish their details to be held by lpm, quoting ‘article 17’ Right to Erasure.
lpm have a legitimate interest in holding your data as per our contractual obligations as the Property Management Company appointed for your development.
Under the Sale of Goods Act, a contractor can pursue up to five years for payment of any works carried out even where they have failed to issue an invoice timeously and we have a liability to settle that invoice for the development and charge out costs to the responsible homeowners. This also applies to any income/credit which relates to your date of occupancy.
Details on any client who sells their property is archived within our system and any correspondence regarding costs, which apply to the date in which they owned the property, must be advised.
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