Property Conditions Checklist

Introduction

As a responsible landlord, you are expected to ensure your property is safe to live in prior to the tenants occupying the property. Most landlords provide good quality homes as standard, with 84% of tenants satisfied with their accommodation according to the English Housing Survey. 

To ensure that all properties are let out to the high standard that responsible landlords provide, there is an extensive amount of legislation on property conditions that landlords have to follow. As the level of risk varies depending on the type of tenancy and the type of property, not all the legislation applies to each property type.

The purpose of this checklist is to break this legislation down into a series of checklists so that you can understand your obligations in an easy to read format.

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