We moved into our house back in October 2016, around the beginning of the summer we started receiving letters addressed to the previous owners (obviously their mail redirect had expired). We would usually write 'not at this address' and throw them back in the post. One letter kept on coming, and last week curiosity got the better of my wife and she opened it and found a bill from a management company looking for a payment of €540. My wife called them and they said that we will have to arrange to repay this, and also to start making payments for future maintenance fees. When we left our previous home which was a duplex, we had to pay off our management fees in full in order to receive a MUC report (might not be right name) for our solicitor. I'm sure most of this is above board, but I find it hard to believe that they didn't know that the previous owners had sold up and moved on as the sales process was going on from July - October 2016. I'm not sure where the payments are dated from. Are they just trying to chance their arm with us? Should I look into legal advice from our solicitor who looked after the sale for us? I wouldn't be opposed to paying future fees if I knew what I was paying for and I, but I'm at odds to fork out money to someone for something I didn't even know about. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. PS. Don't get me started on opening someone else's mail.