Yes. The buyer also instructed a builder to look at a chimney.
If the buyer relied on the agents verbal statement that we had received a quote for £x, which it seems they did, could the agent be liable?
Is misrepresentation an issue here?
So the buyer should have ensured that anything like this was confirmed in writing through the solicitors
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What about the Property Misdescriptions Act?
I mean't the Misrepresentation Act. From what I understand, saying to an agent that someone has verbally quoted you
£x for some work to be completed could be deemed as innocent misrepresentation if this is relied upon by
Where you say 'the sole purpose of the property would have been the land and cost of getting the work done', I dont understand what you mean
Why is the difference between having a place to park a car and not park a car not considered substansive?
Why couldn't it be argued that the main purpose of the purchase is 'the property with an affordable parking option'?
Yes, I suppose we get back to the point that the property was sold with planning permission to create the parking, not to create it within a specific budget.
With the contract itself, does the 5th Edition automatically include special clause on verbal representation?
Standard Condition of Sale (5th Edition)?