A dilapidation claim normally starts when a landlord serves a written schedule of dilapidations on a tenant. In the schedule, the landlord will claim from the tenant the cost of carrying out works such as decoration, maintenance and repair to the property.
Dilapidation claims may have serious financial implications for both landlords and tenants. Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, we can advise you on the best tactical and commercial approach towards dealing with disputes.
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