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Tenancy dispute - check in report
We moved out of our rental property last week and have a dispute with the landlord regarding deductions. We was sent a basic check in report of purely pictures which were not digitally dated other than her inputting the date manually on the word document. There is no written commentary or description of any kind on the report. We was not asked to be present for this, given a timeframe for any disputes or asked to sign it. She is claiming for repairs and damage etc. We know some of the things she has mentioned was already there to begin with and have worsened over time. We have a picture of such evidence from the day after the tenancy started. Will the adjudicator use her check in report given it is not signed and date added manually? We also asked to be present for the check out inspection and she did it without us.
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