Manitoba Rental Unit Condition Report
This form is designed to document the condition of a rental unit at move-in and at move-out, to determine what damage the tenant caused.
Document Last Modified: 1/8/2019
There is even a section specifically noted for smoke alarms. It is very beneficial for a landlord to have proof such as a written report like this that smoke detectors are in working order. In the event that a tenant tampers with this equipment and a fire occurs, having this signed document adds a bit of security to the landlord’s liability. The form also states that the landlord or agent and tenant will inspect the smoke alarm at least once a year.
IMPORTANT: This form is to be completed in the beginning and end of the tenancy. The tenant will keep the original, and the landlord is to receive a copy. Both parties should keep this amongst their important files. Landlord may keep it with other files such as the lease for each particular tenant.
Remember, that this form is designed to document the condition of a rental unit at both move-in and at move-out, to determine what damage the tenant caused upon move-out compared to any existing as recorded at move-in. Ideally, the landlord and tenant are to complete this inspection checklist of the leased premises together at move-in and move-out.
TIP: Landlord can print several copies and keep them on hand. This way you will always have them on hand and can do an inspection more readily.
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