Schedules of Dilapidation Print
When a lease on a commercial property comes to an end a schedule of dilapidation or condition is often required.   The form of these documents is affected by the terms of the lease and by protocols in place for dealing with commercial disputes under the Landlord and Tenant Act. 

We are experienced in the preparation of schedules of dilapidation on a variety of commercial properties, including offices, shops, factories and warehouses.

A carefully prepared schedule of dilapidations is an essential tool in protecting the interests of both landlord and tenant during lease negotiations and may be prepared at the commencement of the lease as well as the end.