Fair wear and tear is the normal deterioration of an item in normal use, however it is a landlord’s decision on what is reasonable wear and tear and what is excessive dilapidation. Fair wear and tear is based on the length of the tenancy, the number and ages of the Tenants, the condition and ages […]
The tenant is liable and must ensure that the address has a valid TV licence. The responsibility on who has to pay for the licence is usually stated in the Tenancy Agreement. However if the landlord provides a television with the property then they may pay for the TV licence, particularly in any communal areas, […]
These will vary but are most likely to include gas, electricity, telephone, water rates, council tax and contents insurance to cover your own possessions. We can discuss including bills in your rent for a small charge.
As a tenant you are responsible for: Prompt payment of rent. Prompt payment of gas, electricity, telephone and internet bills. Reporting any damages and repairs to the property as early as possible to our maintenance office on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0113 2307839 Carrying out odd-jobs in the property such as changing light bulbs, ensuring the rooms […]