WRITTEN WARNING

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1)A fault was showing on the main fire alarm panel.
I called in the alarm service engineers to rectify the problem.
The fault was traced to a flat occupied be two young men who have an RLA joint tenancy agreement.
One of the Alarm bells in a bedroom had been disconnected, and the wires bent away from the terminals.
I explained that the action had effectively jeopardized the lives of all the tenants in the building.
One said the bell was not in his bedroom and not his responsibility, and the other said someone else may have disconnected it. I said as the problem was within their flat they were both equally responsible
I visit the building regularly and the fault is not long standing.
Does the RLA have a standard document that can be issued as a written warning.
Am I correct in thinking that both tenants are equally responsible for the others actions and the warning should be issued to both tenants?.
11/05/2010 00:00

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