9:31 AM, 22nd May 2023, About 9 months ago 30
Hello, During a routine property inspection by my letting agents, the tenant advised that the bulb in a bathroom wall fixture had failed. He said he did not know how to undo the fixture to replace the bulb and the inspection report has come back that it is a “landlord repair”.
The fixture itself is nothing special and I believe that it is a standard wattage bulb.
Would I be wrong to pass the “repair” cost onto the tenant because sending someone out to simply change a light bulb is ridiculous in the extreme.
I think he’s having a larf.
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