Construction details for contractors and building control
Why Schedules Of Dilapidation Are Important.
A Schedule Of Dilapidation is a list of items that are in need of repair for which the tenant is responsible for as per the agreement under the lease. Most commercial leases allow landlords to serve notices with lists, detailing what needs fixing up or telling them about anything they will be responsible for fixing up as a term of the lease. This is an essential aspect of leasing any property in order to minimise expenses and avoid legal trouble in future.
We provide advice on Landlord and Tenant repairing obligations and dilapidations, covering all types of commercial buildings including warehouse, industrial, office and retail properties.
The liability to repair under the terms of a lease can vary significantly under current statute and case law, and dilapidations are becoming increasingly specialised. For the best results you should appoint an experienced practitioner.
With our wealth of experience we have prepared a wide range of interim and terminal schedules of dilapidations in order to protect our clients’ investments.
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