Regardless of whether the tenant has a pet or not, at the end of the tenancy the tenant agrees to clean to a good standard, the property, its fixtures and fittings and contents (if any), including the cleaning of any carpets, curtains (including net curtains), blankets, bedding, upholstery etc. which have become soiled, stained or marked during the tenancy.

If the tenant has not had the property treated for parasites, such as fleas then the landlord will need to arrange and pay for this ahead of the property being occupied by a new occupier. As part of the Tenant Fees Act 2019, a landlord must not require the tenant enters into a contract for the provision of a service with a third party in connection with a tenancy – such as a pest controller or cleaner.

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