Television Reception

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If television reception is poor, either for analogue or digital signals, the tenant will invariably complain to the landlord, expecting him to do something about it. However, the reception from a television aerial is not covered under the landlordís repairing covenants. Sometimes it may stipulate in the tenancy agreement who is responsible (wise for landlords to include a clause in the tenancy agreement putting responsibility onto the tenant). If the reception is poor, the tenant will probably need a new aerial or a booster. If this is the case, he must seek permission from the landlord to get this work done. Landlords often contribute towards the cost of this, since it improves his property.
17/09/2008 00:00

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