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Sharing Rule:

In case of eviction from a rented house compensation for home improvements is determined by dividing the number of years ago the improvement was made by the notional life.


 


Explanation:

In case of eviction from a rented house compensation for home improvements is determined by dividing the number of years ago the improvement was made by the notional life. This, then is multiplied by the total investment for the improvement.

  • Thermostatic radiator valves = 7
  • Draught proofing of external doors or windows = 8
  • Kitchens sink/storage cupboards in bathroom or kitchen/work surfaces for food preparation/insulation pipes, water tank or cylinder/any object which improves the security of the dwelling-house, but excluding burglar alarms = 10
  • Bath/shower/wash-hand bain/toilet/space or water heating = 12
  • Rewiring or the provision of power and lighting or other electrical fittings (including smoke detectors) = 15
  • Loft insulation/cavity wall insulation = 20

 

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