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Hi gents - if a PIR was done on a property, say 2 years ago, and it was deemed unsatisfactory but no remedial work has since been done (tut, tut), would it now be considered out of date and should a new PIR now be carried out prior to remedial work finally going ahead? I should add that I've had no involvement in this property so far, but am likely to be the one putting things right shortly. Cheers :)
 
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