Landlords' terms for property repairs

This is a contract for a landlord to use with all contractors for maintenance of his or her property.
Suitable for use in: England & Wales and Scotland
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This is a set of terms and conditions - a non-negotiable contract - for a landlord to put to any type of tradesman for any reasonably uncomplicated work, such as redecorating at the end of a tenancy or unblocking a drain.

It can be reused and reduced easily as necessary depending on the cost of the work being done and the risk to the property.

It provides a record in writing of what work the contractor was asked to carry out, and terms such as price so that the landlord can claim if the work was not done to specification.

If the job is more extensive, we suggest you use an agreement more suited to building work rather than maintenance.

Contents

  • Main points of the contract and how the work will be described
  • What happens if the work is not completed
  • Provision for a supervising surveyor if required
  • Detailed requirement as to how the contractor will work
  • How payment will be made
  • Compliance with the law
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This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.

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