Condition Reports

On the 31st October 2014, a new element of the Residential Tenancy (Jersey) Law 2011 came into force. It relates to a need for all Landlords and Tenants to complete and agree a report on the condition of the home at the start of all new tenancies. If you move home after this date, or have reason to sign a new tenancy, you will be required by Andium Homes to be party to one of these reports to comply with the law.

How it works

The report records the physical condition and state of repair of a home at the start of a new tenancy. ​

It will include things like;

  1. The condition of walls, floors and ceilings in each room of the home
  2. The condition of any space or facility that is part of the home
  3. The condition of any fixtures, fittings and moveables belonging to the Landlord in the home

​What is the purpose of the report?​

The report will be a legal record of the condition of the home when the tenancy began. The report will also be used at the end of a tenancy to gauge whether any recharge should be applied. It’s about safeguarding both Landlords and Tenants, and prevents any disagreements should damage have occurred during the tenancy.

​Returning your home to us

Your property must be in good condition when you return it, so that we can hand it over to the new tenant as soon as possible.  If it is necessary for work to be done to the property which we do not consider to be fair wear and tear, you may be charged the cost.

When handing back your property there is a minimum standard that we will accept.

Void Property Standard

Where can I find out more?

To find out more about the Residential Tenancy (Jersey) Law 2011​ Condition reports and how the process works visit the States of Jersey website​​

Contact us

Main Number 500700
Emergency Maintenance Service 500799
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(Closed on Thursday 2pm - 5pm)

Andium Homes Limited 33-35 Don Street St Helier Jersey JE2 4TQ