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if the guy is penny pinching just sling in a cheap screwfix special duo rcd board or buy one off ebay
think that's what he'd go for a 13 way BG dual RCD board. but then he'd want it refitting in 1 of the new houses. not my problem. i'll be out of the game by then (assuming i'm still alive enough to be fed Theakstons by straw).
 
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think that's what he'd go for a 13 way BG dual RCD board. but then he'd want it refitting in 1 of the new houses. not my problem. i'll be out of the game by then (assuming i'm still alive enough to be fed Theakstons by straw).
In all seriousness I'd rather fit that £80 delight than nothing at all (once the knock-outs have been removed with dynamite)
 

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Don't trust any landlord that says it's going to be a short term let, the amount of paperwork and certificates needed to rent out a domestic property now days make short term letting very unprofitable, its so easy for a Landlord to say "Oh there was some planning problems" and two years later they still have not been resolved, don't get suckered in, it's your signature on the EICR.
 
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One of my best drunken student party memories , was in a similar situation ,
..I wend out the back door , and wondered what had happened to next door , adjacent properties
part demolished out back , could not tell from front !
Less squatters if house not intact ! Them were the days " squatters rights " .. some aspects of being a landlord have improved , but still a big gamble.
 

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We used to employ a couple of big lads to smash the sanitary fittings, sinks, wash hand basins etc to encourage them to move out, worked most times.
 

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