When you move in, you should check carefully the condition of the property and its contents with respect to the Inventory. The Inventory is an important record used to assess any damage, dilapidations or losses during the tenancy which may lead to deductions from the deposit being made at the end of the tenancy. If you find anything that is not in good order, then we ask you to report it to us within the first week of moving in so that the problem can be put right or marked on the Inventory. The Inventory is given to the Tenant at the start of the tenancy. The Tenant shall return a signed copy of the Inventory as soon as possible within the ten days of occupation, with any appropriate alterations or notes as required.
The property is let as seen at the time of viewing; and requests for extra furniture, appliances or redecoration will not normally be considered after the tenancy has been entered into.