View Single Post
  #32  
Old 30.09.2020, 16:52
LuganoPirate LuganoPirate is offline
Forum Veteran
 
Join Date: Jan 2016
Location: Lugano
Posts: 1,114
Groaned at 17 Times in 15 Posts
Thanked 1,342 Times in 613 Posts
LuganoPirate has a reputation beyond reputeLuganoPirate has a reputation beyond reputeLuganoPirate has a reputation beyond reputeLuganoPirate has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Issue with landlord about getting a counter-top dishwasher

Quote:
View Post
Or the landlord needs to, which costs money --> they don't want to do it.
All tenants should have a 3rd party liability insurance, and most landlords, including us, insist on seeing it. Sometimes at the tenants request we arrange it for them and they pay the premium. This covers all damage within the flat, such as water damage, fire etc.

The landlord will also have a liability insurance, which will cover him for all damage to the external part of the building, plus any claims made by the tenant if for example, a badly fitted window blows open and hits the tenant.

As for a dishwasher as you describe, no need to ask for permission and just take it with you when you leave.
Reply With Quote
The following 3 users would like to thank LuganoPirate for this useful post: