Wasp Nest

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11 years ago
Check your tenant agreement, some agreements, mine included, states that the tenant is responsible for pest control:

Pay and arrange for the removal of all vermin, pests and insects, if infestation begins during the Term,woodworm and woodboring insects excepted, unless such infestation occurs as a failure of the Landlord
to fulfil his repairing obligations.

I personally, as a landlord, would not pay out for maintenance that my tenants carried out without discussing with me, unless of course it was an emergency and I was not contactable.

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