What is a Schedule of Condition?
Save thousands of pounds with a Schedule of Condition by understanding what your repair and maintenance obligations are from day one.
Do you need Dilaps help? or a Schedule of Condition ?
A Schedule of Condition provided by our Dilaps Surveyors is an essential report when appended to a lease. A Schedule of Condition details the property elements at the time of inspection to protect your interests.
When taking on a commercial lease of a property both landlords and tenants should consider carefully what their responsibilities are in relation to the property and their obligations with repairs and maintenance. Our Independent Chartered Building Surveyors are specialists in dilapidations and if you are taking on a lease; are currently leasing or at the end of your lease dilaps advice now will save you time and money.
A Schedule of Condition is a detailed photographic report prepared by our Chartered Building Surveyors, which states the property condition at the time of the survey and reduces time and money negotiating the dilaps claim at the end of the lease.
Put and Keep
When leasing a property the tenant needs to “put and keep” the property in repair, a Schedule of Condition and a Property Report will enable the tenant to ascertain the extent of the works required. A Schedule of Condition will help a tenant understand the condition of the property and necessary repairs at the time of the inspection and repairs that are or may be likely by the end of the lease.
Our Dilaps Surveyors include Action Required within our Schedule of Condition to enable the tenant to understand and budget for work required.
A Schedule of Condition helps:-
- the negotiation process when a dilapidations claim has been served
- saves time as the elements of the property are comprehensively detailed
- saves money as it protects and limits your dilaps liabilities
- professional, clear way to exchange property information in a specific way
- assists to resolve disputes with minimum cost and without requiring proceedings
Frequently Asked Questions about Dilaps
We are tenants and our lease ended a while ago. We have moved out of the property and have been served with a dilapidations by our landlord. We are still within the 56 day period where we are meant to respond and at present haven’t but have noticed our landlord has already started doing work on the property. Can he legally do this?
Do you need help with a Dilaps claim?
If you have been served a dilaps claim or are coming to the end of your lease and about to be served one then a free phone call today to our Dilapidations Surveyors 0800 298 5424 will not only save you time and money it will help to give you peace of mind that dilaps experts are working for you and only you with your best interests at heart. We are Independent Building Surveyors with specialist knowledge of dilapidations and many, many years of experience, being independent we are 100% impartial and work with your needs as paramount.
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