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Yes, you are obliged to hold an exit inspection of the property, and you will still be liable (under the common law) for any damages that the property has sustained as a result of your actions.
The uncorrected breach simply allows you to cancel the agreement. Any potential claims will continue to exist.
It is NOT as if the lease becomes null and void.
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