My tenant had some things to sort out after the last property inspection (nothing major). I asked my property manager if she could follow up and make sure the tenant had fixed them as I didn't want them getting out of hand. Her reply was "I can but it will cost you for another inspection" , I said a follow up is part of the original inspection if not it's managing the property so that comes out of the percentage of rent I pay you. So she came back with; "Unfortunately we can only go to the property and check if tenant cleaned any issues only if we issued a breach notice, allowed 14 full days for tenant to rectify the breach and booked a re-inspection. The re-inspection will incur a fee which is the same as your standard inspection fee. Unfortunately this is how the legislation works in WA." Is this standard practice or is she taking me for a ride here ?