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Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC)

The AIIC are dedicated to promoting the highest possible standards of accuracy and reliability and have been endorsing high levels of professionalism in the inventory business since 1996.

As an association we are committed to excellence and professionalism in the property inventory process and work hard to ensure that all landlords, tenants and letting agents understand the importance and benefits of professionally completed property inventories.

You will appreciate the value of instructing an expert AIIC independent inventory clerk to avoid unnecessary costs and legal disputes and make every party aware of its responsibilities. You will also have confidence that government regulations are being adhered to and have a professional partner with specialist knowledge.

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Do you consider GDPR implications when taking photos at mid term inspections? Tenants have the right to private enjoyment of the property they are renting.  The landlord or their representative are entitled to inspect the property at regular intervals, however
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The safety of tenants has always been a top priority for landlords, yet the growing number of rules and regulations surrounding the UK property market will help to set the standards even higher. This calls for landlords to pay closer
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Landlords have a duty of care when it comes to housing tenants in safe conditions. For this reason, preventative measures that help to keep mound and damp at bay must be put in place to safeguard all parties. Inventories can
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A clear understanding of what landlords identify as fair wear and tear is essential for the smooth running of every tenancy. Tenants and landlords can save on cost and time by being able to identify this. While confusion over the
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The impending changes to the rental sector, set out under the initial Renters’ Reform Bill and then the Levelling Up White Paper, and expected to be fleshed out in the long-awaited White Paper on Rental Reforms (anticipated to be released
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Housing ministers have a direct impact on housing policy in both sales and lettings. By being more stable and long-term, they can help the property industry function in a much better way. Which is why the constant merry-go-round of ministers
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Despite steps in the right direction, the property industry needs to do more to recognise and support those with mental health issues. By having a firm understanding of the potential situations that could increase the chances of someone's mental health
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The government’s much-discussed levelling up agenda must include the provision of more new rental homes in all parts of the country. In certain parts of the country, the private rented sector is coming dangerously close to running out of homes
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On March 20 2019, a new law came into force to ensure that all privately rented properties are ‘fit for human habitation’.  The aim is to ensure rented properties are safe, healthy and free from things that could cause serious
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During the check-in and check-out process of any tenancy, one of the most important pieces of documentation you will have will be your inventory. Not only do they ensure the maintenance and good condition of a rental property, but they
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The check-out process involves much more than just collecting the keys from tenants and arranging the return of the deposit. In fact, it is one of the most crucial steps at the end of a tenancy, with a successful check-out
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    Dear Members, 2019 has now come to a close. Again it is time to begin with The Annual AIIC Award for Best Inventory Clerk. Whathever your circumstances might have been in 2019  there are still opportunities to be seized in
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I am posting this on behalf of Inventory Clerks 4 U, Sascha Brodie I need urgent covering work for IC4U due to operation coming up soon. The work is all based in  South London, Chelsea, Belgravia,  Fulham,  Knightsbridge, Putney. Please
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Press Release: Danny Zane steps down as chair of the AIIC 3rd July 2020: https://propertyindustryeye.com/zane-steps-down-as-chair-of-the-aiic/ 2nd July 2020: https://www.propertyreporter.co.uk/business/daniel-zane-steps-down-as-chair-of-the-aiic.html Press Release: Minister rejects ban on rent increases 1st May 2020: https://residentiallandlord.com/minister-rejects-ban-on-rent-increases/?cn-reloaded=1 Press Release: Demand from letting agents sees rise in
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Letting Agent Today: Trade body renews call for agents to back demand for mandatory rental inventories Property Reporter: Could independent inventories save tenants money Mortgage Introducer: Professional property body hires chair Letting Agent Today: Groups new chair wants inventories at
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Dear Valued Members, We have now completed our meetings with the accountants and solicitors who were appointed by us to act on behalf of the AIIC and are now in a position to update you all on the reasons for the change in the
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Dear Members/Friends, We are really pleased to announce that after much preparation we have now started a petition calling on the Government to discuss enforcing unbiased independent inventory reporting as an essential part of the residential letting process. Full protection
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01 June 2017 We wish to reward your support with an update on some issues that may be the subject of concern and at the same time reassure you all that progress is being made in the many directions of
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Minutes of the AIIC 2017 Annual General Meeting. 3rd. March 2017 – Held at Novotel West, Hammersmith. 1) Apologies. Received from – Robert Bone, Joan Colk, Kate Fuller, Elizabeth Overton, Jenny Stiff. 2) Minutes of the 2016 AGM Proposed as
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Good Evening, As you are aware myself, Danny Zane and Emma Glencross have been on the board serving the roles as complaints officers for some years. This year we accepted the role as joint vice chairs. Since the AGM we
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