Replacement of broken appliance

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I have monthly contact from my tenants (couple with two yound children)who have been in our victorian terranced house for less than 6 months, about something or other being broken and requiring replacement or repair.

The most recent list includes the fact that the built in mictowave door catch has broken and it is inoperable. I have offered to replace it with a free standing model but the tenant has responded to say that she she wants the exsisting one repaired or replaced as she does not have room for a freestanding one(and that her own micro is in storage in the cellar). The kitchen has a reasonable amount of counter space and a kitchen table and there is a seperate utility room next door so I think it unlikly that there is no space.

Can I stick to my guns and replace it with a stand alone model or am I legally obliged to replace with teh same type?

many thanks in advance

24/08/2015 10:36

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