Whether you are buying, leasing or letting a commercial or a light industrial property, a building or condition survey is an essential part of the process so that you can be fully informed of your likely obligations, or to protect you in the event of a dispute.
We are able to provide advice, in conjunction with, your legal advisors on key information that should be either included or excluded for a lease, which changes on whether you are the freeholder, leaseholder or tenant.
Schedule of Condition
This is a document that can be attached to a new lease to limit a person’s liability for dilapidations. It is essential that the document is listed within the contract between the parties, otherwise it may not be relevant.
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Having a schedule of condition prepared by a suitable professional, such as a Chartered Surveyor and/or structural engineer will assist you in the event of a dispute.
A landlord may be entitled to serve an interim dilapidation claim. Also, when a lease is nearing its end, the landlord would normally expect to get his property back in good condition. Both the landlords and tenants need to understand what they have to do under the terms of the lease. Sharp & Bentley can advise landlords, leaseholders and tenants on their repairing obligations and the costs associated with those obligations.
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