assuming that was the OP's intention, (or for that matter, anyone's) shouldn't then he/she trash out the details and write them down in the TA to prevent any future dispute?x9200 wrote:...In that respect I think it is understandable to have a backup plan in case some problems with (just an example) recovering of the deposit arise. This is how I understood the OP's question.
any proper landlord will be happy to go through the specifics. we all want a smooth transition to the next tenant instead of (for eg) a property in limbo over who should engage the cleaners/tradesmen.
every vacant day = money lost.
a plan to threaten a landlord about non-existent tax evasion seems pointless and if carried out, might serve to piss the LL off (more).