New Brunswick Accommodation Inspection Report
This NB form provides an written record of the rental property's move-in and move-out conditions to avoid landlord-tenant disputes. (2 pages)
Document Last Modified: 10/5/2018
Renting out your investment property without the use of an inspection report is like handing over the tenants the right to destroy the property with little recourse. An inspection report provides proof of all the dings, blemishes and marks in or around the unit before the tenant moves in. At move-out, this provides concrete evidence in the event, there is a dispute about the condition of the premises.
The New Brunswick Accommodation Inspection Report provides such proof and is a form required by the Office of Rentalsman. The New Brunswick Accommodation Inspection Report allows both the landlord and tenant to keep an accurate record of the property’s condition before the tenant moves in. This form should help eliminate any confusion to what damages the renter caused at the end of the tenancy. It includes a section for the landlord's contact information as well the tenant’s information, including a forwarding address upon termination of the occupancy.
There are sections on the form for making notes for each room in the house, even the outside yard space! This form contains columns for the landlord and tenant to fill in and describe the condition in which that particular room/item is in at the beginning and end of the renting timeframe.
Print the form out and then conduct the walk-through for both move-in and move-out with your tenant when possible. This provides reassurance that all is detailed properly. Make sure that the inspection is in depth and in agreement. Once this is done, both landlord and tenant will sign and date. This form should be photo-copied and each party, both landlord AND tenant should retain a copy for their records.
Additionally, at the bottom of this convenient and easy to use form is a listing of the regional offices located throughout the province. There are six such offices. There is even a notation of the web-site address at the very bottom.
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