RLA Inventory form is rubbish
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9 years ago
As above.
I have just tried to use - there is not enough space to write comprehensive details on condition, etc, no "study" area, only assumes one reception room, no room to add contents of shed (garden tools etc) no room to add garden furniture, plant pots, specimen planting etc., I could go on.
Can we look at and drag into the 21st century please?
Thank you.
Must get on - back to my old system of inventory writing!!

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