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hi

 

i moved into a rented property about 3 months ago and almost straight away, the fridge started to freeze everything i put in it ...

 

i called him up to tell him and his response was there nothing wrong with it ?, i said that there seriously is and that he needs to get it fixed, he said he would send someone round to have a look ... i didnt hear from him

 

then a lot of serious health problems started and i ended up in hospital for a while, and me and my partner thought that the fridge can wait, so we left it for a while

 

When we called him up again he said he would just get a new one deleivered (result), so a fridge freezer came

 

i called him up again to ask if i could just get rid of the old one, and he said NO, i was to keep it and he would come to see if he could fix it or whatever, but not for 2 months proberly longer as he was away with business matters etc

 

i said that there was no room to keep this in the house, so he then said, just dump it in the garden !!!

 

i completly said no way, as the neighbours would be furious

but what choice do we have ?

 

can we just get rid of this old manky thing ? or do we actually have to keep it on the property ?

 

thanks very much :)

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May be this should be posted in the "Residential and Commercial Lettings" forum for more specific answers

 

Regards,

John

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Its his property, so you cant just dispose of it without permission, suggest you get his agreement to the council collecting it and taking it away; will cost about £5.

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