The check-in report provides a schedule of condition and cleanliness, meter readings and key lists on the day that a new tenancy commences. At check-in, the master inventory is checked and any amendments duly noted. The check-in report is agreed and signed by the tenant and landlord or other party acting on behalf of the landlord.
Why is a Check-in report necessary?
It is necessary to complete an accurate report at check-in to protect both landlords and tenants alike. The check-in report is a legally binding document and forms part of the tenancy agreement. It can help prevent disputes and can be used to help resolve issues should any disputes arise.
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