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A drunk person put my front window out nothing to do with me was never at mine know who it is not my freind and never talk to him reported it to police but they do nothing as uk police do no evidence even tho i seen him do it as normal got crime num landlord got window fixed now saying i have to pay them 180 even tho i got cheaper quotes and i diddnt do it is this true or should they pay

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In this case, I would treat it as an “act of god”. If a storm threw a rock and shattered the window, it would be the landlord’s responsibility to fix. 

Alcoholic storms are man-made but nothing to do with you, unfortunately. 

If there is any CCTV that can show a man throwing a stone at your glass, it will help you prove it to the landlord. 

I would heavily negotiate on having to pay this money. 

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