To be frank, because it was seven
years ago, I would probably disclose it but probably not for the reason that
If you disclose a dispute from
seven years ago make it quite clear that this was settled and how it was
settled, then a buyer is more likely to believe that there have been no other
incidents (which you are keeping quiet about) meanwhile.
However, referring to the wording
of the latest property information form.
There is no longer a 5 year
Question 2.1 your answer should
be, see 2.3.
2.2 should be "no" assuming that
no one has complained about you of course.
2.3 should be "yes" because the
fact of the matter is that you have complained.
I would be brief and say: complaint
about noise (loud music) seven years ago, now resolved.. No incidents to my knowledge
in the last three years since the neighbour had a new child.
If you are open and transparent,
it can never come back and bite you.
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