As a general rule, a lessor will want compensation for claims incurred during the lease. A lessor may require certain minimum rates of public and employer liability insurance involving both the lessor and the tenant. The real problem comes at the end of the deadline, if you probably get a schedule for construction defects from the lessor, who lists items that are supposed to need attention and asks you for thousands of pounds to “get the property repaired,” even though most of those expired items existed before entering the profession. The permanent fulfillance of repair obligations in an FRI lease is one of the most important debts for every tenant and this liability does not end just because the lease does so. What a tenant often doesn`t recognize is that an obligation in a rental agreement to keep the property under repair means that the tenant must put the property back under repair, even if it was not under repair at the time of the lease. . . .