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A glass bottle containing cooking oil slipped and caught the corner of the hob. The glass chipped and caused a crack across the corner of the hob. The hob is still fully functional. Is the landlord reasonable to expect a replacement (instead of a repair)?
OK, but what about my second point regarding the breach of the Terms of the Landlords obligations by the Landlord NOT supplying a copy of the insurance so we whether to take out additional insurance of not. A new hob is in excess of £400
Thanks for that. I'll get back to my friend and see how they want to proceed.