What is a Schedule of Condition?
A schedule of condition is a type of survey commissioned before the signing of a lease. The purpose of the survey is to determine and document the condition of the building so that any existing defects and their repair costs are identified prior to any commitment being made. It will also document any potential future defects that might need attention later.
It is usual for a lease to stipulate that the tenant is responsible for any repairs that need to be carried out during and at the end of a tenancy. It is important, therefore, that the tenant is not committed to any liability above this. A good schedule of condition survey can often be used to negotiate with a landlord to ensure that existing defects are corrected prior to the start of the new lease.
At the end of your lease, a dilapidation survey will be needed to determine or limit any dilapidation claim made by the landlord.
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