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  1. Hi there I am a landlord and my tenants are asking if the sofa is fire safe. I have asked them to look for a label, but they say they can't find one. I am having the sofa cleaned, so will look for the lable myself, but if I cant find one, how can i find out if the sofa is fire safe? I bought the sofa in approx. 2003, so its about 8 years old. It was bought from a small one off shop and is a designer Italian sofa for about £2000. Many Thanks Sharon
  2. Hi We have a BS5839 grade D system installed which should be tested once a week. How can i get the tenant to do this test other than standing next to him? Has
  3. I own my flat which is on leasehold. I am on the fourth floor of a seven floor block. The local council have instructed us to make our front doors air tight to prevent fire spreading. In process of doing. Now they have said they wish to enter my premises to survey it to see if anything presents a fire risk. If so they will enforce me to make changes etc. If I do not comply I will be fined etc. In some cases they have threatened tennants with removal from their premises (even though they own them) or demolishing the blocks of flats. Is any of this legal?
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