Yes – subject to the availability of the inventory clerk. However consideration needs to be given to the following:

  • Carrying out the Check-Out before the last day of the tenancy does not constitute an acknowledgment that the tenancy has ended and you remain liable until the last day of the tenancy.
  • Keys returned before the last day of the tenancy are accepted for the purpose of the landlord seeking to sell or re-let the property and will not give rise to a surrender by operation of law.
  • Fuel gauge or utility meter readings taken before the last day of the tenancy are not valid for the closure of your utility accounts for utilities supplied to the property. Only fuel gauge or utility meter readings taken on the last day of the tenancy are valid for the closure of your utility accounts.

Replacement Tenancies

Where a tenancy is terminated at the tenant’s request in the case of a fixed term tenancy, before the end of the term, without the tenant giving the period of notice required under the tenancy agreement consideration needs to given to the following:

  • Carrying out the Check-Out does not constitute an acknowledgment that the tenancy has ended and you remain liable until such time as any replacement tenant enters into a tenancy agreement and takes possession of the property.
  • Keys returned before such time as any replacement tenant enters into a tenancy agreement and takes possession of the property are accepted for the purpose of the landlord seeking to re-let the property and will not give rise to a surrender by operation of law.
  • Fuel gauge or utility meter readings taken before the Check-In for any replacement tenancy are not valid for the closure of your utility accounts for utilities supplied to the property. Only fuel gauge or utility meter readings taken at the Check-In for any replacement tenancy are valid for the closure of your utility accounts.

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