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grahn
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Last Activity: 19-05-2019, 15:41 PM
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  • so the new tenant wants nowbroadband which means another hole in the wall for a subcontract installers who don't drill outside in through mortar. My buildings insurance is up for renewal and I want to insure against damage but it seems to me a peril no company covers. We has 3 house Virgin damaged bricks...
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  • thks for the repies though I am disappointed if a utility co. can drill holes at the behest of a 6 month tenant. So my walls can have multiple smashed bricks when the tenant ignores the AST (no drilling) and virgin , BT sky etc all want their own hole into the property and they bodge the job and refuse...
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  • I am surprised opinion is against me. If replacing a brick is so easy then why won't Virgin do it? Is a reasonable repair cementing over a house brick with no face? No. The Assured Shorthold Tenancy is not a lease? like a lease hold on a flat. The tenant was only there for 6 months. Yes one Tenant walked...
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  • Virgin Media unlawful installation

    Virgin Media installed cable without the Landlords, consent and smashed a brick etc.. They say it is a tenant landlord dispute but offered to repair by cementing over the brick and putting a plastic plate on. I wanted the brick replaced because the plate could not cover the damage and it will look...
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