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A Schedule of Dilapidations is typically carried out at the end of a tenancy.
This report can help to establish the current condition of a property, or decay/damage caused by continuous neglect in maintenance and repairs.
A dilapidation report would highlight the obligations of any vacating tenant detailing works required and related costs involved in returning the property to its original condition before lease commencement.
Who pays for a Schedule of Dilapidations?
If a property has been allowed to decay by the occupying tenant, then the tenant under their lease obligations would normally be liable for any such costs though a claim process.
A landlord has the right to appoint a suitably qualified surveyor to carry out a dilapidations survey and prepare a schedule of dilapidations, cost and repairs required.
How much does a Schedule of Dilapidations cost?
Please contact us for a personal quote.