Television Reception
Tenancy Types and Management

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15 years ago
If television reception is poor, either for analogue or digital signals, the tenant will invariably complain to the landlord, expecting him to do something about it. However, the reception from a television aerial is not covered under the landlord’s repairing covenants. Sometimes it may stipulate in the tenancy agreement who is responsible (wise for landlords to include a clause in the tenancy agreement putting responsibility onto the tenant). If the reception is poor, the tenant will probably need a new aerial or a booster. If this is the case, he must seek permission from the landlord to get this work done. Landlords often contribute towards the cost of this, since it improves his property.

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