That's the craziest suggestion you've come up with. You want the taxpayer to pay landlrods if their tenant's destroy the place.Thats the point! It is worth nothing, it is not even a requirement. Im suggesting that written tenancy agreements are a legal requirement and that such agreements contain provisions for landlords to protect their property - including, for instance, where a tenant destroys property but fails to reimburse that the State can be held liable for the cost of repairs.
You really haven't a clue. What's in your lease as regards cleaning windows or chimneys and keys?