Photographic Schedules of Condition

Harrison Clarke Chartered Surveyors are dilapidations specialists and are therefore well versed in how best to mitigate dilapidations claims. It is possible for tenants to prepare these documents, but typically our reports will contain far greater detail and provide a much higher of protection; we have the expertise to target areas of a property which are most likely to contribute toward a dilapidations claim. Harrison Clarke uses specialist software to reduce the time taken to prepare schedules, which results in cost savings for clients, making our reports more economical than those of our competitors.

What is a Photographic Schedule of Condition?

A Photographic Schedule of Condition is a detailed record of a property’s condition. The report is typically included within a Lease to limit Tenant’s repairing obligations to the condition of the property at Lease commencement

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Key features you should know about Photographic Schedules of Condition

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When leasing a building, it is often not in the condition which a standard full repairing lease requires it to be in. In order to limit a tenant’s repairing liability, a photographic schedule of condition can be appended to the lease. Either a Landlord or Tenant can commission the photographic schedule of condition.

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Providing detailed text descriptions of the condition of the building alongside a generous quantity of photographs, the exact condition of a building at lease commencement can be clearly and thoroughly documented. At lease end, this schedule will help to limit the size of any dilapidations claim, sometimes saving a tenant £10k’s in repair costs.

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We use bespoke software to prepare high quality interactive PDF Photographic Schedules of Condition. The interactivity means that individual photographs can easily be enlarged, making them perfect for a detailed analysis of dilapidations liability at lease end. Our software helps to increase the accuracy of our schedules, as well as reducing the time to complete them. The benefit of the time saving is passed to the client, making us extremely cost effective for photographic schedules of condition.

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When leasing a building, it is often not in the condition which a standard full repairing lease requires it to be in. In order to limit a tenant’s repairing liability, a photographic schedule of condition can be appended to the lease. Either a Landlord or Tenant can commission the photographic schedule of condition.

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Providing detailed text descriptions of the condition of the building alongside a generous quantity of photographs, the exact condition of a building at lease commencement can be clearly and thoroughly documented. At lease end, this schedule will help to limit the size of any dilapidations claim, sometimes saving a tenant £10k’s in repair costs.

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We use bespoke software to prepare high quality interactive PDF Photographic Schedules of Condition. The interactivity means that individual photographs can easily be enlarged, making them perfect for a detailed analysis of dilapidations liability at lease end. Our software helps to increase the accuracy of our schedules, as well as reducing the time to complete them. The benefit of the time saving is passed to the client, making us extremely cost effective for photographic schedules of condition.

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