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  • theartfullodger
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    Landlord: ***

    Write (yes, write, keep copy) landlord, copy agent, keep copy letter about any & all repair issues using process and draft letter here...

    https://england.shelter.org.uk/housi...ivate_landlord

    Do you have alternative heating? Any sensible landlord would arrange other heaters whilst awaiting repairs.


    *** It is landlord responsibility to provide heating facilities, and to fix if broken. However, should fault be due to tenant then landlord is at liberty to sue tenant or claim off deposit.

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  • Sre761
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    Landlords responsibilities

    Who is responsible for the repairs to a multi fuel burner in a rented house. Me, the Tenant or the landlord?

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