Proof of recent renovation and renovating on moving out

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Most often the contract demands to paint on move out, because the apartment was "just painted" before the current tenant.

Does the landlord have to provide a proof of such claim? The renovation could have taken place much longer ago and just held up well.

If tenant stays in the place for more than three years and there are no visible signs of wear and tear does he still have to renovate?

What happens if the flat wasn't freshly renovated to begin with and didn't look like it was, but the contract claims renovating when moving out?

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