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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Inspection Report?An inspection report is used to document the condition of rental property. Some jurisdictions require a completed inspection report before damage deductions can be made from a security deposit.When should I use an Inspection Report?You should use an inspection report whenever you lease property. An inspection report provides written evidence of the condition of the property and helps reduce the chance of property damage disputes.

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What is the best time to schedule the move-in inspection?To minimise the chance for a dispute, the move-in inspection should take place while the property is vacant and before the tenant has taken possession of the property.

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The landlord owns the rental property and agrees to let tenants use the property in exchange for rent.A property manager acts as an agent on behalf of the landlord. Their main responsiblities are to manage the rental property and communicate with the tenants.A tenant is anyone who signs the Lease Agreement and agrees to pay rent in exchange for use of the rental property.A subleasing tenant (aka sublessor) is a person who is already a tenant on the rental property and in turn is leasing directly to another tenant. The sublessor is still legally responsible for paying rent to the landlord.

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Who is the tenant?A tenant is anyone who signs the Lease Agreement and agrees to pay rent in exchange for use of the rental property.


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