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    • Also to add, that if you feel that you have lost confidence in the company and you don't want to proceed with them at all, then you should simply give them a seven days notice to complete the installation or else the contract is terminated and if they attempt to give you anything less than a full refund, that you will sue them in the County Court. So there you have two alternatives. One if you want to proceed with them – subject to them getting the work done, and one if you decide that you don't want to go ahead with them. Frankly it looks to me as if they've been leading you around by the nose and I find that their attitude – especially towards the admin fee is outrageous
    • I would add to the above suggestion by my site team colleague 14 days may be a bit too long considering how long you have had to wait so far. I would suggest seven days. I think you should also say something about what is going to happen if they give you a date which you consider to be unreasonable. Although you don't fix a date at the moment, I think you should warn them that if you consider that their completion date is unreasonably tardy – given the fact that this matter is being going on several months, that you will notify them that the agreement is terminated. You should warn them also that in that case, you would require full reimbursement and you reject any suggestion that they are entitled to administration fee and that they should understand that you are prepared to litigate on this matter if necessary.
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We have a problem with a letting agency over our boiler, which they keep messing around with so we want to send a threatening letter.

How can I go about this?

 

P.S. As I dont know which is the right forum, im posting this on several threads

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The boiler does not work and you have no heating/hot water?

 

If so, I would write and tell them that they have 14 days to remedy or you will withhold rent until fixed and/or get it fixed and deduct the cost from the rent

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