Dilapidations are a common subject of conflict between landlords and tenants at the end of every lease term. However, it is possible to avoid the risk of these potential disputes. Our free ‘Dipalidations and Section 18 Valuations Overview’ gives you vital information about how to do so.
The purpose of dilapidations claims is not to increase the value of the property, thus giving profit to the landlord, but instead, to avoid the property from depreciating and to return it to its original condition. Several laws cover dilapidations claims to ensure its impartiality. These laws include common law and the Section 18 (1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1927.
The Overview covers:
What ‘Dilapidations’ are
What Section 18 Valuations are
How you can avoid the risk of Dilapidations
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