This is often a complex area, concerning the identification of a tenant's liability for the decoration, repair and reinstatement of that property, either during the term of the lease, or, more normally, at the end of the lease.


The lease that the tenant has signed gives details of the tenant's repairing obligations, which are set out in the tenant’s covenants.


Ingoing tenants to a property may be able to limit their future liability by instructing the preparation of a Schedule of Condition which is then appended to the lease as a record of the condition of the property at the commencement of the term.


We are able to prepare both Schedules of Dilapidations and Schedules of Condition and advise both landlord and tenants on all aspects of dilapidations, including the negotiation of any claim received.

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