Broken Glass
Tax Planning and Financial

Ray D
Ray D
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16 years ago
The RLA Tenancy Agreement clause B5 suggests that broken glass is the tenants repsonsibility, but only if they or someone visiting has caused the damage through heglect or carelessness. Was this the actual intention? What if someone outside maliciously damages the glass, who would be repsonsible? Is the Tenant not liable for this if they are the occupier at the time?

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