17:27 PM, 1st January 2020, About 2 years ago 15
Since moving into the house the washing machine has been leaking. The tenant has used a large number of bath towels to save the carpet, but can any related over-spill be construed as damage to the carpet caused by the tenant?
None of the above electrical items seems to have been PAT tested, although the lettings agent’s maintenance team says they inspected electrical points.
Any advice on how the tenant should proceed?
“Please note that the washing machine,flat-screen tv and fridge freezer are left at the property but the landlord holds no responsibility for upkeep, maintenance or repair.
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