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Monday, February 12, 2018

Landlords will need to sort out damp

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Anonymous said...

How about tenants who don't open the windows and cover over extractor fans? Can they be prosecuted too? Of Course not.

Ian said...

Everything is always geared for the tenants. It only ever goes one way.

Anonymous said...

I called a specialist in and he told the tennants they must open windows to ensure fresh air could circulate. Fortunately I have a written report to that effect.

Ali said...

Tenants cause mould not landlords or properties

Anonymous said...

Our tenant refuses to put the heating on. Now the place is covered in condensation mould. He even showered without using the curtain properly and had a permanent puddle in the bathroom, causing a leak in the flat below. Can we sue him? I think not!!