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Dave (Stoke)

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ive recently moved into a coach house on the 11/06/16 

on the 13/06/16 I switched my gas boiler on for.bthe first time, and water poured from it. The letting agent sent a gas engineer to look who said the boiler was beyond repair and isolated the gas and removed the fuse. The letting agent was informed and the engineer sent a quote to them for replacement, they forwarded this to the landlord or replied he was struggling to provide funds for a replacement, as such I’ve been left without any heating or hot water and currently bathing in cold water. The letting agent is chasing the landlord for a solution every day but as yet nothing  – the question is how long does he have to rectify this before he’s in breach of his tenancy agreement and what steps can I take.



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You should have read my first blog NO hot water. 48 hrs is the legal obligation of the land lord. The agent is always on the landlords side! 


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