Landlord and Tenant – Water (and Money) Down the Drain
In an article from Keeble Hawson it was reported that, a recent case in the Upper Tribunal of the Lands Chamber has been found in favour of a residential tenant who challenged her water charges. The estate water supply was measured by meter which could not be read remotely. The landlord therefore charged individual water charges from a central meter and recovered a proportion from each tenant through the service charge. The tenant argued this was wrong based on the high service charges raised.
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