Repairs undertaken by tenant - how to bill the Landlord?

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    #16
    Even £379 sounds a lot for a toilet. Could you not have reinstalled the old one after the floor was repaired?

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      #17
      You cannot require LL to install one of your choice, only 1 broadly equivalent to original.
      What caused the wet joists?

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        #18
        JK0,
        That was not an option. The old toilet was actually taken away on the same day that the floorboards were laid. If he had the toilet bowl I would not have been so miffed to bring a court claim, as I could have swallowed a plumber for £60 to reconnect. I had to purchase a new toilet.


        Mariner,
        I only made a request which is not a demand. He could have easily stated that he would limit his purchase to whatever his wallet could afford. The LL has duty to replace the toilet, He could have bought / stolen / borrowed a toilet. He did not. He took the toilet, walked out with it and disappeared into the ether. Now I am suing, he has his brother/cousin/ friend/ uncle asserting his name on the defence. Appears he likes to hide from his duties!

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