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Re: Buildings Insurance

From: Mark Holloway
Date: 05 Sep 2002
Time: 18:09:00
Remote Name: 213.122.136.120

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If your letting agent is also managing the property on your behalf then they should be persuing the matter for you and I would have expected results by now - however, if they have been trying to no avail I suggest that you write to them complaining of the in action and that you are prepared to take the matter further i.e. to your solicitor for a claim against negligence on their behalf and a claim against loss of earnings!


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