How do I read the inspection report?
Only existing faults are noted in the inspection report, thus a blank report means that everything is okey.
In the column “Utlåtande” there are five options. What do these mean?
Faults to be dealt with by SGS. Will be repaired by SGS personnel after the new tenant has moved in. The departing tenant will not be charged.
Faults not to be dealt with. A listing of minor flaws, which will not be dealt with.
Faults to be debited the tenant. It has been decided that the fault is caused by the departing tenant, who will be charged for the repairing costs. If the tenant wish to deal with the fault and thereby avoid being charged he/she has the possibility to do so before moving out. In this case SGS should be notified.
Faults to be dealt with by the tenant or charged the tenant. Should be dealt with by the tenant before moving out. Otherwise there is a risk that SGS will deal with the fault and the tenant will be charged for some expenses.
Faults to be dealt with by the property owner. Will be dealt with after the new tenant has moved in. This applies where SGS rent the apartment from another property owner. The departing tenant will not be charged.
If you find any unclear points in the report, please contact us immediately.