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On the day the tenancy commences, the clerk would meet the tenants at the property. The meter readings are taken and photographed, keys are detailed and photographed, and all smoke alarms and CO monitors are tested – in order to comply with current Government regulations. The standard and level of cleaning is checked and agreed. 

A check-in declaration is completed by the clerk which details all of the above and it is signed by the tenants. All parties are provided with an email copy of the document on the day. Photographs of the meter readings are also provided to all parties for their records. 

 The tenants are advised with regards the expectations of how the property is to be left at the end of the tenancy. The tenants are then given seven days to check the inventory thoroughly before the document is finalised and sent to all relevant parties. 

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