have the photographs. They arrived yesterday. I apologise for being so long
getting back to you.
you are in the top flat I think there is an argument that only you use this by.
If you are in a lower flat I don't think there can be any argument that this is
not shared fitting although there is a very (not very good) argument that only
you have the benefit of the connector, otherwise it would be a straight pipe.
these facts, I think it is the freeholders responsibility to repair and if the
freeholder will not repair it, then I think you sue the freeholder and it would
be for the freeholder to refer it to their insurance company and the insurance
company to deal, either paying the claim or arguing the toss with your own
Does that answer your question? Can I help further?
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