What your Landlord should be doing

Your landlord is under legal duties set out in the 1985 Landlord and Tenants Act.

Generally, it means that your landlord is responsible for keeping in repair:

•the structure and exterior of your home, for example, the walls, roof, foundations, drains, guttering and external pipes, windows and external doors

•basins, sinks, baths, toilets and their pipework

•water and gas pipes, electrical wiring, water tanks, boilers, radiators, gas fires, fitted electric fires or fitted heaters.

If any of these things are broken or do not work please call us for a free consultation.

We might be able to act for you on a No win no fee basis. You shouldn’t have to live in a house or a flat in poor condition. Your landlord is under a legal duty to keep it in good repair and condition. We want to help you make sure that they do and if they have not we will explain your case to them and try to ensure your landlord fulfils their obligations to you .

Contact us today for a free no obligation chat

0161 443 4141

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