Arial on a rental property

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13 years ago

If there is no aerial on the roof and you want to save a little money, then you do not have a legal responsibility to erect an ariel.

However, if you wish to maintain a good relationship with your tenants, then perhaps it would be an idea to go ahead and have one installed.

Personally I think it would be fair for a tenant to assume, when moving into a rented property, that an appropriate aeriaL would already be in place.


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