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NRLA Landlord Support
12 years ago
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Legally you are supposed to maintain an aerial that you provide unless you make it clear that it does not work and will not be repaired at the start of the tenancy.
On the other hand cable is laid on. I suspect they would have to pay each month for that.
This is a matter of negotiation - not set out in law.
Dave A

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