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No reference was made to the electrics in the summerhouse with the estate agent or purchaser. I said to the estate agent that power and light should not be included in particulars because the power supply was already disconnected.
Thank you. There was a homebuyers report following a survey by the buyer's surveyor, I believe the surveyor looked inside the summerhouse but no questions were raised. A certificate of electrical safety was supplied by a qualified electrician for me for the house but the summerhouse was excluded, it did not figure at all.
The supply to the summerhouse was only ever temporary by means of an occasional extension to a plug outside the summerhouse. That also never complied with regulations. That was left in place and could easily be used for reconnection temporary or more permanent. My concern is that the buyers may do this and take on trust that the summerhouse complies. My own view is that I need to clear up this matter with the buyers but when I do should I proceed aware that I may face consequences?
I have left the house and summerhouse and cannot leave the notice. Can I simply let the purchasers know or is that ill-advised as I may face liabilities? If so are there other options? Thank you
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