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Ben Williams

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  1. I am renting a furnished house on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. The base of the toilet developed a crack, starting from the nail - it started out as a hairline crack, was hardly visible and was not included in the infantry, but has since developed to the point where the toilet was unsafe as the base was not stable. We alerted the Landlord and they replaced the toilet. The Landlord is now saying that it was caused by malicious damage and wants to charge us for the toilet. We keep excellent care of the house and this is the first instance of any damage. Is the toilet included in the fixtures and fittings, and therefore comes under the Landlords duty of repair? Please can you advise me of our rights? Many Thanks Ben
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