Yes. But we will need the inventory check in report before we attend the check out. A check out compares the condition of the property when tenants moved to the inventory check in report so it’s an essential document. If the inventory check in report cannot be located, then we can conduct an Inventory Schedule of condition.  This report is similar to an inventory only report listing the condition of the entire property and its contents but does not suggest any actions or liabilities to the tenant or landlord.  This is because our clerks would not be aware what defect was already there when the tenants moved in and what is a possible new damage.