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#190680 8-Jan-2016 16:39
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Hi all

With a UFB install to a rental property, what is required as owner consent?

Does the owner have to sign something for Chorus? Or can the tenant do the signing but have the onus on them to have it cleared by the owner in regards to property damage?

In the owner has to sign situation, is their rental agent able to do that on their behalf or does it have to be the actual property owner?

Thanks.

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  #1466079 8-Jan-2016 17:19
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From a Chorus install perspective

scottjpalmer: Hi all

With a UFB install to a rental property, what is required as owner consent?


The person requesting the install is the one responsible for signing that they have consent.

Does the owner have to sign something for Chorus? Or can the tenant do the signing but have the onus on them to have it cleared by the owner in regards to property damage?


The person requesting the install signs that they have the property owners consent on the electronic/paper version of the 'Consent to Install Form'. They can seek permission then sign (after the scope visit) but a copy of the signed consent must be with the Installers before they take any steps on inside the property boundary to do the install.

In the owner has to sign situation, is their rental agent able to do that on their behalf or does it have to be the actual property owner?


That's up to the Requestor/Landlord/Property Mngr/Rental Agent to sort out between them and nothing to do with the Install Consent as in the end its actally the Requestor that has to sign.

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