Due to the amount of unpaid community fees, property administrators have signed an agreement with a law firm in London to find the debtors.

I try to keep up with mine but my urbanization is well run and is mostly occupied most of the time. I worry about the poor residents on urbs with vacant properties where the grounds are in a mess because the administrates arn't getting their community fees. Its a vicious circle. I worked in a developmen where the few residents occupying had sacked their administraters and set up their own and there was a rota on the notice board with who's turn it was to cut grass, clean pool ect.. It looked like it was working well. That you need lawers ect.. but they seemed to have it all in order..