I've got an EV charger and I've also got a 32A socket in the garage of the house I rent. I don't want to get the EV charger permanently installed since the house is a rental. Instead, I'd like to attach a 32A socket to the mains end of the charger which makes use of the 32A socket in the garage. My partner has done electrical work in the past, up to the point where he was an apprentice but changed professions at the end and never got the qualification. I'm confident in his capabilities of doing electrical work and connecting the EV charger to the right cable properly is something I know he'd be able to do just fine.
However, what someone is capable of doing doesn't mean much to insurance if things turn bad and it's not legal 😄 So, seeing that it's not a permanently attached appliance, is this something that can be legally DIY'd or would an electrician need to be involved?