Formulating the deed of handover-acceptance

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The deed of handover-acceptance (DHA) is a document that must be prepared and signed by the landlord and the tenant upon handover of the rental property. In this case, the DHA documents the condition of the property at the time of moving out, contains up-to-date photos, and lists the items on the property and the latest utility readings. This creates a correct comparison of two DHAs: one from the beginning of the rental and the other from the end.

It is in the interest of both parties to conclude DHA, so that any misunderstandings and claims can be better resolved. This is made very easy in the Rendin app.