How to inspire landlord to fix 12 month old leak?

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    #16
    Originally posted by adviceseeker457 View Post
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    Is there a list of known bad landlords which prospect tenants can check? This would be a very useful resource before signing in to a different 12 month contract when I inevitably leave here...
    Quite:

    Ditto perhaps arguably agents and tenants "known bad".

    Not quite the same as a list of bad 'uns, but in Scotland FTT decisions (they took over from courts) on renting are searchable for free online. So anyone can check up on landlords, agents, tenants and cases they've been involved with.

    https://www.housingandpropertychambe...unal-decisions

    Come on this wonderful English government, catch up and do something useful! (after covid & getting rid of the mess of Brex****).

    12 months? Safer all round at 6 months (again, in Scotland, a tenant may serve notice after only 28 days).

    There are of course areas of law where England is better.
    I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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      #17
      In 10 years of renting I've had 2 out of 14 landlords worth their salt. Does get to the point where you're spending too much money (and energy) moving around.

      Just hoping I will get some action or a new flat before the bedroom roof decides it's easier to support it's water weight on the bedroom floor. Do all landlords need to provide an emergency number they can be reached on at any time?

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