Thank you. It is the fault of the landlord if it is some kind of defective installation. It is the fault of the tenant if it’s not a defective installation but the tenant has misused the equipment in some way which appears to be the case here.
Your daughter may have insurance to pay for the damage but she doesn’t have to do this through her own insurance. If the tenant has insurance, it is up to the tenant whether the tenant puts it to his insurance or not.
If he does not have insurance or refuses to put it through his own insurance, then your daughter pursues the tenant directly through the small claims court if necessary.
If doing that, she would need to get three quotations for having the work done and then get the work done, pay the bill, and then pursue the tenant.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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