Created on Monday, 23 March 2015 11:18
Written by IES Edinburgh
EICR in Edinburgh
The landlord’s duty includes any common parts of the building that the landlord has a responsibility for maintaining (solely or with others), and if the disrepair to the common part adversely affects the tenant. This could include, for example, common lighting in a tenement close. The landlord should take reasonable steps to ensure that any facilities in common areas are safe. It may not be possible for the landlord to inspect or carry out work on these facilities where they are maintained or controlled by another owner, a factor or the local authority. In these circumstances the landlord should contact that person and ask for assurance that the common facility is safe.
All landlords must ensure that they have a current up to date EICR and that the certificate is satisfactory!! This is to ensure that the tenant is safe in the property.
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