End of tenancy

Once either party has served notice arrangements will be made to carry out a check-out inspection using the original Inventory and Schedule of Condition.

Any repairs, replacements or cleaning required will be noted and where appropriate costs incurred will be negotiated by Monks with the Tenant and if in the case of any dispute liaison with the Deposit Protection Service.

Once Monks and the Landlord are satisfied that all is in order the balance of the deposit will be released to the Tenant. Once the deposit has been released, no further action can be taken.

Meter readings will be taken and Utility Companies advised. A forwarding address for the outgoing Tenant will be recorded in the event of any further communication being necessary.

In the event that agreement relating to deductions cannot be reached through Monks in the usual way between the Landlord and Tenant at the end of the Tenancy, then The Deposit Protection Service will provide resolution and a final decision.

Monks will provide the relevant documentary evidence to support the Landlord’s position including Check-In Report, Inventory and Schedule of Condition, Check-Out Report and digital photographic evidence taken at both the start and end of the Tenancy.

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