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faulty grill - private lanlord

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hello

im a private lanlord with a needy tenant. The oven is working fine apart from the grill - am i obliged to get a new cooker as a result?

i have tried to get it fixed but its nor repairable. im reluctant to buy a new one as im planning on putting in a new kitchen next year ( i mentioned this to the tenants when they moved in - a few months ago)

 

please help

 

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If the tenancy agreement states that you have provided a cooker, then it is your responsibility to have it in working order/replace it when required. You also need to show it is safe.

 

If, as you say, you are going to replace the kitchen next year, then perhaps you could make an arrangement with the tenant - perhaps a small reduction in rent to allow for the loss of the grill? But get it in writing.

 

And you be careful, years ago I told a tenant she would have to wait the required 4 days for a plumber to call to suss out why her water had turned brown (tap water bright sparks!). The next day she turned up at the depot I was in, in her dressing gown, slippers and hairnet, located me, and duly tipped a huge jug of ice cold brown water over me and asked me how I liked it!

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oh dear that must have been embarrasing - although a bit over the top.

Thanks for the advise, ill speak to tenant and see how we go

 

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There is nothing to say that you cannot replace the current cooker with a working 2nd hand one, provided it is clean and safe. You will still be complying with your agreement.


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Information given is based on my knowledge and experience and is not to be considered as legal advice

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