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Managing dilapidation claims is a major cause of headaches for many a landlord, especially when their tenants are not aware of their obligations in the lease. A dilapidation claim is often met with anger and frequently results in protracted negotiations.
Both landlords and tenants have an obligation to protect the property throughout the term of the lease and this even includes before a lease is signed.
We can provide the medication required to help cure your dilapidation headache. For instance:-
Dilapidations claims can be costly and time consuming and your property will be further deteriorating whilst you are negotiating dilapidations. It is imperative that you ensure your lease is properly and carefully drafted to ensure it is clear where repairing obligations lie. A prudent landlord will therefore ensure this is addressed when the lease is being negotiated. The experienced commercial property team at Poole Alcock is on hand to help you through this process.
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