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JMH
JMH
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We are about to begin a let on our property. However, I have a question as to what to do in the face of a potential 'disaster'.

The property was previously let via a LA and we discovered water leaks in the heating that had to be rectified. These are not major but needed to be rectified as they will only get worse. Finding a plumber to even return our calls proved hopeless and so I am doing the work myself.

We have taken a holding deposit and have a proposed start date but the tenancy agreement is not yet signed. Where do we stand if it all goes horribly wrong and I can't get the place ready in time?

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30/04/2017 11:00

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