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You can get plastic strips but i don't rate them i think the best way would be to draw a line around the bath then take bath out grind along the line then again 2inches below the line take out the tiles then slice the bath in the gap created it's only few hours work
To be honest it depends on the guy but yes it happens
It usually happens over time just the movement in the house and old plaster drying out etc u can use backing paper as a cheap alternative to rescim
U must use underlay or it won't sit rite and will make noise when walking... as for the hight difference there is no fix other than lift the tiles first
Depends on the paper but i'd white over it first to be safe