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13 years ago
Hi Dave.

I totally agree with you, but I do need to know if it is illegal to have polysterene tiles in a rental property.

The reason is that I am wanting to remove these but the tenant does not want the work to be carried out.

If they are legal then I will write to the tenant and family noting my concerns.

If they are illegal then I need to take some legal action so I can get this work completed

The tenant in question is elderly and as you can imagine does not like change.



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