Some landlords unrealistic at end of tenancies

The latest findings from the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) show that some landlords and letting agencies are still pushing for ‘Betterment’ at the end of tenancies. Simply put, the betterment principle means that if an item was old at check-in, and some additional damage occurs during the tenancy period, then the landlord should not expect the tenant to replace the item with a new one.

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