9:07 AM, 1st September 2014, About 8 years ago 9
My son and his family moved into their rented house last week.
This morning they were burgled; access gained by smashing a large window in the conservatory.
My son does not want to tell his landlord (and see if his insurance will cover the cost of a new window) as he has just started a 6 month initial tenancy, and does not want to be seen as a bad tenant.
I have told him that he must tell his landlord, and how could it be deemed as his fault when he is the victim?
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