Company Apologises To Jewish Residents For Telling Them To Take Down Their Mezuzot


A management company has apologized to its Jewish residents for threatening to take their mezuzos down if they did not remove it themselves.

Warwick Estates said on Monday it was sorry for the “overzealous” letter to residents of Cedarwood Court, near Stamford Hill, which said hanging mezuzos on front doors breached the terms of the residents’ leases and they could be billed if they did not take them down.


Warwick Estates apologized, saying that the letter was sent “by the property manager who was attempting to perform his job in line with his interpretation of the lease”.

The spokesperson said: “We thank the members of the Jewish community for bringing the matter to our attention and we will ensure that appropriate training takes place so mistakes such as this do not reoccur again.”

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