A property inventory is a listing of all the contents of a property and a record of the condition of the property. An inventory is usually recorded on a form before a tenant moves in and just before a tenant renews a tenancy agreement or leaves the property. The inventory is then applied to determine what damages, if any, need to be paid for out of the Tenancy deposit.
In all professional inventory forms everything is documented, from walls, flooring, garden, furnishing and appliances. In addition to the inventory list, a landlord can also opt to have photographic or video evidence of a property contents and condition. In the settlement of a dispute regarding the contents and condition of a property an inventory list will be the first port of call. In managing a tenancy with regular inspections, the inventory list is a vital tool for comparing and spotting any variation from the original inventory, and helps with settling any disputes at an early stage.
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