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Landlord's Checklist for Checking in Tenants


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A template checklist that landlords can use at the start of a tenancy agreement which lists what jobs need to be completed when checking in tenants.

Preparing a Property Inventory, key cutting and ensuring that you have an up-to-date Landlord’s Gas Safety Certificate. All of these jobs need to be done at the start of a tenancy and this "Download Now" checklist lists them all. 

Make sure that you don't miss any of your landlord obligations with this easy-to-complete checklist. Just tick off each job when you're done!

Related Landlord Letters:

  • Landlord's Letters Guide
  • Landlord's Check Out Report
  • Landlord's Letter Arranging Routine Inspection
  • Landlord's Letter Regarding Bills
  • Landlord's Tenant Reference Requirements
  • Tenancy Deposit Protection (Section 213 Notice)

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