Reports on the condition of a building are often required in connection with agricultural leases. If you are a tenant taking a new lease of a building with defects, it is often important to have these defects recorded at the commencement of the lease in order to limit your repairing liability. Such reports are known as Schedules of Condition, which we can prepare on your behalf, liaising with your solicitor in order that they can link this with your new lease.
Upon vacating a tenanted building, should there be a formal lease in place, it will often stipulate obligations upon the tenant to deal with any disrepair that exists, that they may be required to deal with by the Landlord. These requirements often require the preparation and agreement of a Schedule of Condition, which we can prepare and advise upon on behalf of the Landlord, tenant or buyer.
There is often a lack of awareness in terms of repairing obligations from both the Landlord and tenant and in conjunction with your legal adviser we can assist in this respect. Contact Platinum Inventories for some preliminary advice and information, prior to instructing us to deal with a Schedule of Condition.
With prices starting from as little as £50.00* per building, we feel that protecting your investment for both Landlords and Tenants could prove cost effective in the long term.
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