Dilapidation is the compensation paid by the Tenant(s) to the Landlord at the end of lease if they do not return the property in the condition set out in their lease.
The Landlord cannot expect a property to be returned to them in a ‘new’ condition, therefore, the only conditions the Tenant(s) must meet are the ones specified in the lease. Disputes between Landlords and Tenants often arise as a result.
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