A Schedule of Condition may be required for a number of reasons, on both residential and commercial property.

A Schedule of Condition may be required on commercial property when a leaseholder is entering into a lease whereby their repairing obligations are limited to that of keeping the premises in no better nor no worse condition than as at the commencement of the lease. In such circumstances, evidence of that condition will be required and it will usually take the form of a ‘Schedule of Condition’. Although there is no legal definition of the term ‘Schedule of Condition’, it usually requires a narrative description of the property in question to be accompanied by photographic evidence.

Schedule of Condition

Michael Charles Chartered Surveyors can undertake and prepare Schedule of Condition on behalf of property owners, landlords and tenants for incorporation into a Lease, or for any other relevant purpose.

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