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For gas safety inspections what is the leeway for when the inspection is due eg

14 days either side? What kind of offence is it if an inspection isn't carried

out.

Also the landlord is complaining about the state of the window frames. I guess

they're about 100 years ago and are in the same state as they were 2 yrs ago

when I moved in. There is no photo/written evidence of their initial condition when I moved

in, and so I can tell him to get lost at his threats of deposit deductions.

Thanks

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For gas safety inspections what is the leeway for when the inspection is due eg

14 days either side? What kind of offence is it if an inspection isn't carried

out.

There is no leeway. Ant LL who lets their CORGI gas certificate expire is a muppet and committing a criminal offence. Insist on it immediately or contact Health and Safety http://england.shelter.org.uk/advice/advic...wipLive-12403-3

Also the landlord is complaining about the state of the window frames. I guess

they're about 100 years ago and are in the same state as they were 2 yrs ago

when I moved in. There is no photo/written evidence of their initial condition when I moved

in, and so I can tell him to get lost at his threats of deposit deductions.

No inventory? Tell him to go take a flying f***! If he tries on any deductions for dilapidations take him straight to small claims court.

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For gas safety inspections what is the leeway for when the inspection is due eg

14 days either side? What kind of offence is it if an inspection isn't carried

out.

There is no leeway. Ant LL who lets their CORGI gas certificate expire is a muppet and committing a criminal offence. Insist on it immediately or contact Health and Safety http://england.shelter.org.uk/advice/advic...wipLive-12403-3

Also the landlord is complaining about the state of the window frames. I guess

they're about 100 years ago and are in the same state as they were 2 yrs ago

when I moved in. There is no photo/written evidence of their initial condition when I moved

in, and so I can tell him to get lost at his threats of deposit deductions.

No inventory? Tell him to go take a flying f***! If he tries on any deductions for dilapidations take him straight to small claims court.

OK Thanks just as I thought. Also he is complaining about the top windows not being cleaned.

The top of the windows are about 12/13 feet high and I can only reach by standing on the top

of a step ladder. I am heavier than the maximum allowable weight stickered on the ladder.

I wonder if I can inform him he is failing under the obligations relating to falls in the

The Housing Health and Safety Rating System (England) Regulations 2005.

From these questions you can gather the landlord is a complete ****, out of his depth in

a puddle and I'm just gathering as much mud as possible.

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OK Thanks just as I thought. Also he is complaining about the top windows not being cleaned.

The top of the windows are about 12/13 feet high and I can only reach by standing on the top

of a step ladder. I am heavier than the maximum allowable weight stickered on the ladder.

I wonder if I can inform him he is failing under the obligations relating to falls in the

The Housing Health and Safety Rating System (England) Regulations 2005.

From these questions you can gather the landlord is a complete ****, out of his depth in

a puddle and I'm just gathering as much mud as possible.

Turn the bast*rd`s life into a living nightmare ;)

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if he tries any antics with your deposit you can always cancel the last month's rent. or even overstay a little, or even overstay as long as it pleases you

le him know about it and you'll see his arogance melt

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