A small restriction here may be if you have been negligent. If the tenant told you a few weeks ago that the freezer might break and you didn`t do anything, you can be held responsible. In this case, there is no need to argue. You can also take the tube. In the United Kingdom, apart from legal obligations, it depends to a large extent on what is in the lease agreement and, therefore, on what is agreed between the parties. If the T/A says that the tenant must jump over the garden wall at each full moon and the tenant approves it by signing the T/A (provided the requirement is clearly written), I suppose you could require them to do so – as long as the landlord provides all the necessary tools 🙂 With regard to the white goods, I think that if the rent includes the supply of white goods, then generally the landlord will have an obligation to continue to make them available. Even if the tenant could be paid for the repair, if it could not be properly repaired, then the owner would have to provide a similar machine and model. I have a tenant to whom I gave in good faith a refrigerator with freezer, others wisely I would throw it away. but he said no, I`ll have him cut short a long story, I have to travel 180 miles to replace it because it`s broken and 180 miles back, and cost me about $200 for a new one, and probably fuse went, have happy with it or management agents. No more white goods for me. and by the way it is looted, month note The burglary may be a message that it is time to update to a new appliance. Instead of an expensive repair that could only be a temporary solution, it may be worth injecting into a new freezer. A new model becomes more efficient, more reliable, and they don`t cost Earth.
Your own insurance may even act old against novelty. If it is not specified who is responsible in the tenancy agreement, it may be presumed that the lessor is responsible, unless the damage was caused intentionally or negligently by the tenant. 2.1 Once your agreement is reached, payments will be automatically recovered according to the type of agreement agreed. Yes, if you are late in your tenancy agreement, but the law states that you cannot be too harassed or threatened to pay rent. If you feel you are being harassed or threatened, contact your credit provider`s external dispute resolution system or ACF or be an authority. But when I asked the owner if I could let the owner take the refrigerator-freezer myself so I could put mine, they said NO, I can`t. This annoys me a lot, and one of the apartments they showed me had a very old and dirty fridge with a freezer. So I asked if I was taking the apartment, if they were replacing it, they said NO. So I asked if I was going to buy mine and take the LL refrigerator and have it replaced by mine, they also said NO, I can`t either. Contact your landlord immediately. Discuss the issue and see if you can make a deal.
You can ask your landlord to change your lease in a number of ways: – extend the term of your lease and reduce rents; or extend the length of your lease and delay the payment of rents for a fixed period of time; or – to delay the payment of rents for a fixed period of time. You must of course repair or replace the freezer.