Justifiable reasons for withholding rent

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Are there any instances when a tenant would not be viewed by a judge as being unlawful in withholding rent?

I ask as I think my tenant may try to withhold rent as there have been problems with the boiler. However, I have made every effort to solve the problem quickly, and my tenant slowed down this process by insisting on a new boiler, which apparently was not needed. New parts fitted yesterday to old boiler, and I hope the problem is now solved. My tenant was never without heating totally, as heating worked still but sometimes cut out, and there is an open fire.

Communications tend to be through text messages, which I suppose is not a good idea as they are difficult to submit as evidence should thing go further?

09/12/2010 00:00

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