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Thanks for your patience and enquiry. It really would be the landlords implied and expressed duty to have this fixed.
By the covenant you have extracted here, it does seem as though your written agreement also makes provision for this.
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It seems he may be claiming to have acquired rights in the property by way of adverse possession. You may challenge this on the basis of him not having had exclusive control of the property.