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“The agent employed a builder who botched the moving of ......”

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Apr 18,2013
By: 'DrPoseidon'
Apr 18,2013
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The agent employed a builder who botched the moving of my washing machine, resulting in leakage. The builder also didn't clear his rubbish away as per our written agreement. I had to pay to sort both things out. The builder reacted hysterically when I forwarded ...
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He could have accepted that the builder let me down by not pushing washers in the taps to the washing machine. He could stop blaming me for not ringing the builder at 11.30pm when the leak was happening; rather than blame me, he could have apologised to me for the builder's incompetence in this. He could and should have ensured that the builder removed his rubbish, as is written in the contract and as the agent agreed with me orally in his office. In short, he could have looked after my interests for the approximately ‚£2000 he took from as his commission. Instead he did nothing.
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By: Tosca the Immortal
May 17, 2015
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I agree with this comment. I won't go into detail as I'm taking legal advice, but make sure any property you rent from these guys has a Gas Installation Certificate and that the electrical work conforms with the 17th edition of the Regulations. ...
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Kindly note that legally, letting agents need to publish information about their tenancy fees, government-approved redress schemes and client money protection schemes on their website and on third party websites (on which agents are listed). For properties to lease/rent in England, agents need to keep this information up to date and precise on allAgents or specify within the property description.

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