Mar 24,2011
Mar 24,2011
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As mentioned, very keen to sign up new tenants and collect deposits - getting out of the property however is a nightmare.

If you must use them, ensure you take digital photos of the whole property as part of moving in, and ensure the initial inventory of the property accurately reflects its condition (every nick, scrape, mark on wall, etc).

Also, be aware that if you are sharing and one person leaves the property, they will insist on a
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By: darren
Jun 17, 2011
As a company we are only keen to sign up tenants that can behave in the correct way and respect the property of the landlord. Getting out of the property is straightforward at the end of the tenancy or when the appropriate notice is given. The property should be returned in the same condition as when taken accepting \\\'reasonable wear and tear\\\'. Dirt and damage do not constitute \\\'reasonable wear and tear\\\'. All tenants are signed to an Assured Shorthold Tenancy which means that they are \\\'Jointly and Severally Liable\\\' and cannot just walk away from their responsibilities on a \\\'whim\\\'.

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7 Bridge Street Northampton

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