Dilapidations Consultancy Surrey

CTA Group offer a full consultancy service for dilapidations Guildford.  Commercial Leases normally contain Clauses which highlight the repair and maintenance liabilities of both the Landlord and Tenant.  This is a complex area of Building Surveying.  We can prepare interim internal Schedules of Dilapidations on behalf of the Landlord and will negotiate on behalf of either the Landlord or the Tenant.

We can also provide initial advice to assist tenants in understanding their potential dilapidations liability and provide advice on strategy for either the Landlord or the Tenant with regard to up-coming Lease terminations, sale and lease back situations, lease assignments or lease renewals.

Each particular dilapidations Surrey situation will require unique advice, tailored to suit the type of Client and the Terms of the Lease.

We can undertake all necessary negotiations on behalf of either the Landlord or the Tenant and agree a financial settlement or, if required, agree scope of works and project manager’s implementation.

Even if, as a potential Tenant, you are taking an assignment of an existing Lease, it is vital that a firm such as ours are brought in to give dilapidation advice.

Dilapidations Surrey

Look up: dilapidation

  1. dilapidation
    [n] – the process of becoming dilapidated
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  2. Dilapidation
    Di·lap`i·da’tion noun [ Latin dilapidatio : confer Frenchdilapidation .] 1. The act of dilapidating, or the state of being dilapidated, reduced to decay, partially ruined, or squandered. « Tell the people that are relived b…
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  3. dilapidation
    ruin noun the process of becoming dilapidated
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  4. Dilapidation
    `Dilapidation` is a term meaning in general a falling into decay, but more particularly used in the plural in English law for # the waste committed by the incumbent of an ecclesiastical living # the disrepair for which a tenant is usually liable when he has agreed to give up his premises in good rep…
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  5. Dilapidation
    • (n.) Ecclesiastical waste; impairing of church property by an incumbent, through neglect or by intention. • (n.) The act of dilapidating, or the state of being dilapidated, reduced to decay, partially ruined, or squandered. • (n.) The pulling down of a building, or suffering it to f…
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