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How do i go about obtaining survey report from lanldords insurance ?

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Is it possible to force the landlords insurance to provide a copy of a survey they carried out due a insurance repair job that was queried as poor workmanship by the landlord ?


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sar time?


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I dont have the reference number for this.


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you don't need one.

its for data on you

but if this would inc the report im not sure..


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This is what i am after the report it self


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but if this would inc the report im not sure..

 

Unlikely unless the request came from the landlord. As a tenant, the insurers would probably (and rightly so) ignore any request from the OP.


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Thats what i thought as well.


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The landlord denies it exists but i know it does and the insurance company have admitted it but are refusing to release it.


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Are you the Tennant or person who carried out the repairs?

 

I'm of the thinking your the latter not the former.

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Unlikely unless the request came from the landlord. As a tenant, the insurers would probably (and rightly so) ignore any request from the OP.

 

I agree. Anything between landlord and his insurer is likely to be part of the contract between them. You are (probably) not a party to the contract so they won't tell you anything. SAR was suggested. You've nothing to lose by asking but if it's a survey of the building for insurance purposes it's very unlikely to contain any personal information about you if you are a tenant so wouldn't be covered by a SAR request.

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Perhaps if you tell the full story of whats happen and why you require it we could advise a different approach.

 

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I am the tenant and there is a dispute over existing damage to the bathroom due to water ingress. Due to the tiles being shot. However the landlord is adamant that the insurance company sent a rep around to survey it.


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And you think the Insurance would have advised replacement ?


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And you think the Insurance would have advised replacement ?

 

No the insurance would have said that the land lord is responsible as the damage is over a period of several years. The bath tub was next to a partition wall and the tiles were shot on this. The surveyor took pictures with a damp reader and has the percentage of damp etc showing on it.


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Thats what i mean the Landlord advised replacement


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Ultimately it doesnt matter what the cause is as long as your LL keeps the property in a decent state of repair and doesnt try and charge you for the damage. Asking for a report that is irrelevant will only wind the LL up so keep to formalities over the repair.

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