Project name and description
Dilapidation claims commonly arise at the end of a commercial lease and are served by the landlord upon the tenant to cover any wants of repair or reinstatement for which the tenant may be liable under the terms of the lease.
We have experience in acting for landlords and tenants in preparing and settling claims in regards to banks, factories, warehouses and offices.
We are also pleased to offer schedules of condition which can be used to record the condition of the property at the outset of the lease. This can be attached to the lease for the purpose of limiting the tenant's liability under the repairing covenants to leaving the premises in no worse condition than is recorded in the schedule of condition. This will make it easier to defend any potential future dilapidation claims by the landlord.