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Landlord's Check Out Report


Reference: 9781913714277
United Kingdom - electronic Form

Product description

A template checklist that landlords can use at the end of a tenancy agreement which outlines to the tenant what damage has been done to the property and to confirm if a claim will be made against the tenant's deposit.

Once your tenant has moved out at the end of a tenancy, you can use this "Download Now" document to clearly state to the tenant that you have found damage to your property or that there are areas where the tenant has failed to maintain the terms of the check out.

You can also confirm if you intend to make a claim against the tenant’s deposit. You should send this report to your tenant within seven days of the tenant checking out of the property.

Inform your tenant quickly and simply, with this easy-to-complete "Download Now" report.

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