How to Avoid Deposit Disputes

Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in News | 0 comments

Both landlords and tenants prefer to keep a good relationship with one another. The most common reason for interrupting the “harmony” is deposit disputes by the end of the tenancy agreement. They usually happen after completing the check out report London when the two parties start arguing about the new and old damages in the property. In order to avoid this type of disputes both parties should base their opinions on the check in and check out inventory reports since they are legal documents that can serve as an evidence. And when the deposit is protected with government approved scheme, there will be no problems with distributing the money from it according to the reports and the estimation of the new damages.