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Last Activity: 18-10-2019, 12:43 PM
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  • of course you should try to clean it because that's just reasonable behaviour for any such incident, you would clean the walls had the same incident happened and you were just moving in to the property.

    Other than that just then wait for the check out to be done, if picked up in the report...
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  • Given that this issue is a frequent issue would anyone ever consider incentivising a tenant to depart? Rather than going through enforcement would others think it possible to make an offer to the incumbent to waive rent in order to agree to surrender or am I living in happy clappy land?
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  • I have been through something very similar but for a considerably longer period of time. Really you should expect to pay your normal rent in full for the duration of these works and then receive alternative accommodation if the property is uninhabitable as a result of the works. You are actually receiving...
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  • Completely agree. You will also find that EA's will insist that it is utterly impossible for a prospective tenant to sign up for anything less than a 12 month term despite the general consensus here being that 6 month is most preferable all around. The general lack of accountability for estate agents...
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