Where a service charge1 is payable by the tenant2 of a dwelling3 which consists of or includes an amount payable directly or indirectly for insurance, the tenant may by notice in writing require the landlord4:
(1) to afford him reasonable facilities for inspecting any relevant policy5 or associated documents6 and for taking copies of or extracts from them7; or
(2) to take copies of or extracts from any such policy or documents and either send them to him or afford him reasonable facilities for collecting them, as he specifies8.
If the tenant is represented by a recognised tenants' association9 and
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