1. Show that you left the place in good condition

Make sure you have proof that you left your place in good shape. This is very important if you think your landlord might try to make you pay for repairs or cleaning.

You can do this by taking pictures or videos of your place when you move out. Keep this proof in a safe place.

Have someone look at your place

You could also have someone look at your place just before you leave. That way, you'll have a witness if you need one later.

You could have a friend do this.

But it might be better to find someone who's not as close to you. For example, this could be your building superintendent or a support worker. Your landlord may see them as more likely to give a true answer about your place than a friend or family member would.

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