13:45 PM, 12th June 2014, About 8 years ago 29
I wonder if anyone has had a similar experience and/or can advise on the issue of who is responsible when the tenant has not adequately ventilated the bathroom so now the bathroom has to be overhauled to make it presentable again.
There is mould growing everywhere!
The tenants were informed at the beginning of the tenancy to always open the window after use in addition to the ventilation.
Is this down to ‘wear and tear’ and therefore the landlord’s responsibility or should the tenant be the one who makes good.
The rest of the house is fine but the bathroom is not.
I would really appreciate your opinion – thanks.
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