Faulty gas cookers

Steve L
Steve L
0 Thanks
5 Posts
15 years ago
I have a tenant who, I believe, has (accidentally) damaged the gas cooker. I have written to her advising that I have ordered a replacement, and asking that she let me know a date when the suppliers can install a new one, and that I intend to take a contribution out of the deposit. She objects to this and has refused entry, and indicated that she will buy her own cooker. I am effectively being prevented by my tenant from fulfilling my obligation to provide a measns of cooking meals. At the moment I am leaving her to it. Is there anything else I should do at this point?

Please Login

You must be logged in to participate in our forums, to continue please login below.

Not a member? From only £99 you can join in the discussion and get access to member's only resources and services.

As the home for landlords, the NRLA are here to help you save time, save money, and stay compliant. NRLA membership gives you access to a vast range of expertise, resources, and exclusive member benefits and savings, designed to help and empower members. We also play a pivotal role in campaigning and championing the interests of landlords.