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Hi, I am an Agent acting on the behalf of two Landlords; a tenant has dropped something in a bathroom basin causing a hairline crack and a small hole; the basin is of an obsolete colour and model. The tenant is seeking to purchase another basin through a specialist company and has been advised that it is likely to cost between 150-250. What would be acceptable if the tenant is unable to replace the sink? One of the Landlords had suggested that they were considering purchasing a new suite so it was sugeested that the tenant pays the cost of the replacement sink as compensation; the other Landlord has suggested that the tenant purchases the new suite which is not resonable hence putting this question to you!
29/09/2011 00:00

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