Schedule of Condition

Harrisons can prepare a Schedule of Condition to avoid uncertainty of the repairing requirements at the end of a tenancy

Schedules of Condition are often prepared and attached to leases as part of the contract of occupation, particularly for small or older properties where full repairing obligations could be onerous.

Where it is agreed that the property will be returned at the end of the lease in a ‘no better’ condition than that found at the start of the term, it is recommended that a Schedule of Condition, comprising both photographs and text, is attached to the lease.