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A Schedule of Conditions is usually required before taking on and signing a lease. The report will determine the current condition of the property and identify existing defects or items of disrepair. A Schedule of Conditions is normally commissioned by tenants to limit their liability with a new lease, mitigating the reparation and reinstatement liability that may be incurred and minimise any future dilapidation liability and attendant costs. It is important that a Schedule of Conditions is attached and cross-referenced in any Lease Agreement.
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Schedules of Condition