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Yes, absolutely you can ask the agent to pay this.
Even if it is your house that is up the sale, this is negligenceand they are liable for any damage caused as a result of that negligence.
Don't let them fob you off that it is the sign people who areresponsible, it is for them to chase the sign people.
I would get quotes for repairing the wall and if theysubsequently sold my house because it is your house, deduct the money from thebill.
If it's not your house sale, then just issue Small Claims Courtproceedings (if they do not pay within a reasonable period of time) which youcan do quite easily here www.moneyclaim.gov.uk
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Can they say it's the storms fault?! An act of god?!
They're mean to be renting the property for me.
There are two different boards. One has been up for 6+ months, one has been up for a matter or weeks. Which one would I hold responsible? 50/50?
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