Audit

Construction age

Building photograph
Lease Summary

Head Lease

Date of lease

Under lease

Lease start date
Tenant

Original

Current

Lease Summary

Head Lease

Date of lease

Under lease

Lease start date
Tenant

Original

Current

Invoicing

Construction

Age

Type

Schedule of condition

Term and rent

Years

From
To

54 Act excluded

Rent

Current rent

With effect from

How paid

VAT on rent

Interest provisions

Break Clause

Is there an option to break

Tonly-Lonly-Mutual

Details of any break dates

Insurance

Insurance details

Rate payer
Covenants
Assignments

Details

AGA applies

Sub-letting

Details

Rent review
Rent provisions

Review frequency

Review dates
Next review date

Upwards

Time of essence or interest provisions

Third parties

Type

Application

Time table

Fees/cost

Basis of review

Definition

Disregards

Assumption other than s34 standard disregards

Service charges

Amount as a percentage

Service chargw assessment period

Lease plan

Floor plan

Details

Structure
Frame type

Details if other

Take photograph if needed
Wall type
Take photograph if needed
Roof type
Take photograph if needed

Flat roof covering type

Condition
M&E
Heating

Detail if other

Condition
Take photograph if needed
Yard
Parking
Repairs and decorations

External repairs subject to s/c

External decs subject to s/c

Internal repairs subject to s/c

Internal decs subject to s/c

Next decoration

Has it been completed

External condition
Internal condition

Alterations

Services
Mains

Is there central heating

Heating
Disabled facilities
Fire information
Security information
Miscellaneous

Is the accomodation adequate

Are alterations required

Extended term-early surrender or break

Have there been any breaches

Ask for a copy

Is there a 5 year business plan

Ask for a copy

Is there a current IEE certificate

Is there a fire risk assessment

Is there an Asbestos Register

Ask for a copy
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.