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Rented Property and Blueyonder



 
 
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Old February 26th 04, 01:45 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Chris
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Hello,

Has anyone had blueyonder installed but needed to get a waver form ( I think
that's what is was called)filled in by there landlord first??

If so, how long did it take blueyonder to get back to you after it was send
back giving authorisation??

Cheers.


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Old February 26th 04, 05:54 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
fat bwoy
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"Chris" wrote in message ...
Hello,

Has anyone had blueyonder installed but needed to get a waver form ( I

think
that's what is was called)filled in by there landlord first??

If so, how long did it take blueyonder to get back to you after it was

send
back giving authorisation??

Cheers.



when Telewest wish to supply services to a new address for the first time,
if the services are being supplied to a tenant they need a 'wayleave' signed
by the landlord.

this is so that the landlord cannot take action against them for drilling a
hole in the front of their house or whatever.

as soon as Telewest have the landlords permission (signed wayleave), they
will progress the order the same as they would any other.

PHATbwoy


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Old February 27th 04, 12:02 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Chris
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Default Rented Property and Blueyonder

"Chris" wrote in message ...
Hello,

Has anyone had blueyonder installed but needed to get a waver form ( I

think
that's what is was called)filled in by there landlord first??

If so, how long did it take blueyonder to get back to you after it was

send
back giving authorisation??

Cheers.



A guy at Telwest said it could take up to 21 days for the letter to filter
into there computer system.

Shocking.


 




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