Rental inspections

The purpose of doing an entry inspection

The (RHA) Rental Housing Act requires that a joint inspection between the tenant and the landlord (or agent) be conducted before the tenant moves into the property.  The aim of the inspection is to record the condition of the property and the existence or not of any defects or damage, as well as to determine the landlord’s responsibility for rectifying said defects. The landlord is only required to rectify items that will impact  the beneficial occupation of the tenant. The tenant cannot be held liable for items registered on the defects list (usually called an entry inspection) when the lease ends.

Purpose of the exit inspection

Fair wear and tear vs damage

Handling repairs due to damages
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