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Shower Causing Leak in downstairs Flat

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Hi

Yesterday I recieved a phone call from the Letting agent acting for our landlord that there was a leak from our bathroom to the flat downstairs.  The plumber looked and advised that the problem is with the shower tray and said we shouldn’t use the shower.  I’ve spoken to the letting agent this morning and they said they’ve supplied a quite to landlord and are waiting for landlord to look it over. 

I know it’s only been a day but isn’t the Landlord legally obliged to provide a shower?

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It’s only have been one day. You will find out soon enough that although some repairs are more critical then other, they rarely happen as fast as you would like them to. 

That being the case, I suggest you also contact the landlord and make sure they know what is going on and are working to resolve the problem. 

 

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