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Re: Faulty Electrics ??

From: Tom
Date: 12 Dec 2002
Time: 10:16:40
Remote Name: 62.49.65.122

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There is a section on electrical safety on this website which seems good advice to me. You have a duty of care to ensure the property is safe and therefore getting yourself an NICEIC certificate is a good idea. There is no legal requirement on the frequency you should check electrics. You should tell your tenant not to use the socket in the room where the fire broke out until it is checked. A few days delay shouldn't be a problem, but if you are worried I know an electrican in that area who is very reliable and may be able to visit sooner.


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