As I said, it's not really "more of them" - merely two specific examples of the very situations I was asking you about.Not really bouncing it back, just trying to highlight that once you admit shades of grey you find far more of them.
Of course - and that's obviously the question underlying my question - should they "be denied work if they will not accept any required consequentials"? That's why I was interested to hear how electricians approach this.
In common sense terms, it would not seem very reasonable to deny the customer work to remedy a problem/danger (e.g. replacing a damaged accessory or repairing a damaged cable) if the installation was left in no less safe a state (in fact, safer) than it had been before, because they were not prepared to have work undertaken to bring the circuit up to current standards.
Do you have any personal views in relation to specific scenarios? For example, do you not think that an electrician should be prepared to replace a faulty RCD in a single-RCD (all circuits) CU?
Kind Regards, John