Tenants unsuccessfully attempted to repair leakages in thei bathroom, but the landlord is not faced with expensive repair costs
A tenant question which shows the importance of an energy performance certificate and how they can affect your heating bills
If an agent agrees with a tenant that the landlord will re-decorate, can he renege on that agreement later by saying the property was let ‘as seen’
Here is a question to the blog clinic from Janis (not her real name) who is a tenant I moved out of a property a month ago and I have been in discussion with my former agent about some damage in the back garden which was caused by my neighbours (there is communal access). I…
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