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gutterball

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Just been told by the letting agent that the last lot of EICR's I've done have been rejected by the council, because it's not on the official NIC form. Been using PIRForm for the last 3 years, not a problem until now.
 

Pete999

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Carp, probably got a new jobs worth working for them, the NICEIC is just another one of the scams
 

gutterball

Electrician's Arms
You know what these jobsworths are like hasn't ticked the right box reject it. No mention of the EIC and MW certs, they must have gone to someone else.
 

Richard Burns

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Tell the council to learn how to read, then they will see the information meets the requirements of the regulations, and not those of some random company they have selected.
 

Murdoch

Electrician's Arms
Does you PIRform include the NICEIC logo?
 

gnselectricals

Electrician's Arms
If your with nic then just pass it onto them to sort out, I had exactly the same thing with PIRForm and Napit last year on a commercial periodic so just pushed to Napit legal cos that's what we pay for
 
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