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Please can someone tell me if it is ok for a Tenant to be present at a check out at this covid time, Landlord says he is obligated to let tenant attend. Please advise ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi, has anyone come across this smoke detector? first one I have seen and I was quite taken aback Nest Protect Second Generation Wireless Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm is the first smoke alarm that can detect any type of fire.The Split-Spectrum Sensor inside the alarm analyses two different light wavelengths to recognise both slow- and fast-burning fires.This smoke and CO2 alarm tests itself constantly, so you won't need to worry. You can see it's working at a glance – it provides a green glow when all of your Nest Protect alarms have tested themselves.Smartphone alertsYou should always be in the know, so the Nest Protect has a Heads-Up early warning function. It sends you a message in the app if it detects smoke, or if carbon monoxide levels are rising, so you can take action.The alarm has yellow lighting when it detects danger, and speaks with a human voice to let you know what's going on. If you have more than one Nest Protect, they will all speak at once.No more annoying alarmsFed up with steam in the kitchen setting off your smoke detector? The Nest Protect Alarm knows the difference between steam and an emergency situation, so you can expect fewer false alarms.If you've burnt the toast and set off the alarm, you can use the app to silence the alarm – there'll be no more wafting a tea towel at your smoke detector. ... See MoreSee Less
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Evening allJust wondering which gadget everyone uses to do the inventories. I have an iPhone 11 to do mine- and lately I’m finding it’s playing up, very slow and i very clunky at time for inventory base. It’s taking me long to complete my inventories now. Thank you 🙏🏽 ... See MoreSee Less
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Advice please- We recently carried out a check out for a tenant who turns out to be a lawyer. He has made it quite clear today he doesn’t agree the assigned liabilities should be part of the report. Has had informed or rather instructed me to add the following to my check out reports. ‘The assigned liabilities are in Inventory Lines opinion only and that inventory line has no knowledge of the legal obligations of the parties’. Does anyone have anything like this in their disclaimers? He has also mentioned the following:‘I note that you have admitted that you have not reviewed the tenancy agreement. It is extraordinary that inventory Line believes it can assign responsibilities without having done so’I’m speechless about this one! ... See MoreSee Less
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Don't miss our webinar tomorrow - details below! 👇Is the rental property playing hide and seek with you?Check outs can be quite tricky as issues are not always immediately apparent so how do you make sure you don't miss any damage or potential deposit dispute issues?Secure your seat for our next webinar now: ow.ly/5NhU50EiB00 ... See MoreSee Less
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