Schedules of Condition, Leasing a

Commercial Property


Get a free quick quote todaySchedules of Conditions can protect both the tenant and landlord by setting out the standard and condition of the property but they do need to be prepared properly and they do need to be checked by the other party. So for example if we as surveyors had prepared a Schedule of Condition for a lease property for a tenant we would expect the landlord to check the document and confirm its accuracy. In our experience this is sometimes not the case. Equally if we have prepared a dilapidations claim for a landlord the best course of action is for the tenant to get a dilapidations surveyor involved.

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