Chartered Building Surveyor 

Leasehold Repair Management

  • Expert advice on leasehold covenanets and law; close liaison with Solicitors

  • Prepartion of Schedules of Dilapidations and Repairs Notices

  • Claims assessment/cost estimates

  • Negotiation of settlement or repair procurement

  • Preparation of Schedules of Condition at lease commencement

  • Specification of repair works and preparation of Planned Maintenance Programme
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Ensuring Fair Play
between Landlord and Tenant

Whether you are a Landlord or a Tenant, you will need expert advice from a Building Surveyor upon the affect of the repairs and associated covenants.

Repairs covenants in leases ensure that, at the end of the lease either the property is handed back in a lettable condition or that the landlord can recover the financial loss suffered by it not being in that condition.

Repairs notices can be served during the lease term as well.

This service protects Tenants from excessive claims, and helps them manage the property in a manner that avoids sudden shocks to their cashflow.

It also ensures that landlords get what they are due when a tenant defaults on the covenants.
Philip Newman 2001

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