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Furniture & Furnishings Regulations

From: david@david-rhys.co.uk
Date: 25 Oct 2002
Time: 11:25:47
Remote Name: 212.69.209.46

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I have a friend who wishes to go to Australia for 6 months and let his house for the duration of his absence - not so much for monetary gain but so that the house is aired and less likely to get broken into. Obviously the tenant will pay rent as is willing to accept that there will be furniture in the house that does not comply with the safety regs. Is there any way that they can avoid the full wrath of the law as it would be uneconomic to go and buy miscellaneous furniture. A great site that I've just discovered today. David Rhys in Devon


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