Know Your Tenant

20 Apr, 2023

In today’s current economic climate with record insolvencies, and more to come, it is imperative that you – 

1. Know who your tenant is i.e. are they a sole trader, company, or trust. 

2. Know if there is any default history when they apply. 

3. Know that the person or party applying is actually the correct party. 

As one of the many services offered by the Barclay MIS Commercial subscription every year a search can be carried out on the current tenant to ensure that they are still registered. The equation is simple if they are not registered you have no claim. 

All this and more from $275 per year, call to discuss how to secure this unique protection. 

*1 Terms and conditions apply
**2 Subject to legislative requirements

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