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Could you please confirm if check-in inventory and at the time of termination of your tenancy has been recorded and agreed?
Your rented room, for which you have been charged for cleaning?
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A certain amount of wear and tear is unavoidable in rental properties. Over time as tenants live in homes, some damage will occur. This isn’t a result of abuse or neglect by the tenants, meaning tenants can’t be held responsible for it.
At the end of the tenancy, tenants have to give the property more or less in a similar condition that they take at the start of the tenancy.
Having a detailed and accurate inventory in place can be a big help when it comes to avoiding disputes over damage/state of the property between tenants and landlords.
Tenants are expected to hand back the property in a similar condition as recorded in the inventory at the start of the tenancy.
Landlord can charge the tenant for professionally cleaning only, if the house is not left clean or if the professional cleaning charges is agreed in the tenancy agreement