Blocked Drains - Who is Responsible

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Tenants moved into a property in August 08 and in Nov. reported that the drains from the toilet were blocked. The blockage turned out to be below ground and as a gesture, I paid because they were relatively new and it could well have been a 'building up' problem from previous occupants. I also thought it would be a 'one off'. All was well until last week when they tell me it is starting to 'back up' again.

Can you tell me who is responsible for rectifying this problem. I use the RLA AST and there is no mention. The cost was 170 to have it 'power blasted' and the problem was not affecting any of the neighbouring props. so no sharing of costs.

31/01/2009 00:00

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