CO poisoning, withholding rent, need advice urgently!

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    #16
    Originally posted by veilside01702 View Post
    But nobody seems to want to tell me for sure if the certificates we were issued are correct / legal.... it appears the regulators Gas Safe are unwilling to say one way or the other...
    Best to do this in writing, so there's a paper trail. Write to them asking for an explanation. They are supposed to investigate and give you an answer.

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      #17
      Originally posted by veilside01702 View Post
      But nobody seems to want to tell me for sure if the certificates we were issued are correct / legal.... it appears the regulators Gas Safe are unwilling to say one way or the other...
      There does seem to be some discrepancy in what has actually been completed, information wise and what is actually required.

      As a minimum the installer has to include the following:-

      * a description of and the location of each appliance or flue checked
      * the name, registration number and signature of the individual carrying out the check
      * the date on which the appliance or flue was checked
      * the address of the property at which the appliance or flue is installed
      * the name and address of the landlord (or his agent where appropriate)
      * any defect identified and any remedial action taken
      * a statement confirming that the safety check completed complies with the requirements of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998

      With regards to the certificate legality, if you look at this link and look at the second question from the end may help you.

      Hope that helps a little. But really anything to do with incorrect certificates would be between Gas Safe and the installer. That doesn't mean you can explore other avenues if you feel you want to.

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