You will need to look at the fine print on your tenacy agreement.
A lot of WCs these days have no external overflow, if there is a
problem with the fill/float valve the excess water runs down the flush
pipe into the WC pan.
It is a shit idea.
You need to be alert to this problem, it's quite hard to see the water
running into the pan sometimes.
There probably is legal recourse but it would cost big money to
On Wed, 23 Jan 2013 15:20:47 +0000, chellielou
Can this be proved (i.e. can a jury be convinced)? Will the plumber
acquaintance swear to it in court? Is he considered an "expert" for
such plumbing problems?
Those are the crucial questions for your case.
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