If the check-in is on a different day to the inventory - there will be an additional £40 charge as the clerk will need to make two visits.
Note: If this is the start of a tenancy, you are purchasing a check-in along with your inventory.
Note: Whilst a check-out is possible without an initial inventory, its ability to be used as evidence for deposit deductions is vastly reduced as there is no proof of the initial state. So please make sure you provide any ingoing inventory conducted (by us, yourself, or anyone else) to the clerk before arrival. For most disputes, a state of condition at the start of the tenancy is needed.
A Check-Out report involves comparing the state of the condition at the start of the tenancy, with the end of the tenancy. If no initial state of condition is provided, the clerk will document the end state only. This is better than having no evidence for disputes at all.