Any disrepair or damage to a rented property.
Those items of disrepair, which arise through breech of contract, especially by one of the parties to a lease, giving rise to a right to damages or remedial action.
Items of disrepair of a rental property arising out of a tenant's failure to comply with the lease (contract) terms, giving rise to a landlord's right to damages.
The extent of disrepair that an occupier of land or property is liable to the owner of the land or property
Preparing, measuring and pricing schedules of work to be done to the structure of buildings; negotiation and settlement for landlord and tenant; expert evidence in cases of dispute.
A tenant's repairing obligations under a lease are often to keep the premises to a standard of repair and to ensure that the standard is maintained on termination of the lease. The standard is measured against the condition of the premises at the beginning of the lease. The obligation can be enforced by the landlord serving a schedule of dilapidations detailing items at the premises that need to be repaired by the tenant.