End Of Lease Pest Control Melbourne - It is compulsory by law for any tenant to leave the rented house in a clean and tidy condition. As also, for a landlord to give the house on lease in a hygienic condition. It is part of the legal bond for the tenant to provide a sanitized and cleaned property back to its owner. Also, if the tenants owned any pets while residing in the property, then it is all the more logical to have an end-of-lease pest control Melbourne done before releasing the property. It is a common sticky situation where the previous occupants did not clear the house of pests and surrendered it in a dirty condition and the same house is being offered to new tenants. Which is unfair to both parties – the new tenants as well as the landlord.