Make sure you know who is responsible for repairs in your home. You should report any damage or disrepair to your landlord immediately.
Make sure you understand who is responsible for making repairs. If your home is unsafe or dangerous to live in, you can get help with getting your landlord to do repairs.
Your landlord is responsible for most repairs in your home. You’ll have to carry out other repairs.
Check your tenancy agreement to see who is responsible for different issues.
The environmental health department of your local council is responsible for making sure your home is safe. Learn how they can help you if your landlord is not completing repairs.
Do not stop paying rent, even if you're not happy with how your landlord is handling things. Get advice if your landlord isn't completing repairs.
It’s frustrating if your home is in a bad state and your landlord is not fixing things. You should keep paying rent even if you’re unhappy. Understand your rights and get advice for this situation.
It can be frustrating and even scary to have problems with your neighbours. Understand your rights, responsibilities and how to get help.
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