Hello and thanks for using Just Answer.
I am Al and am happy to assist you with your enquiry.
As you are probably aware, you buy the property in the condition it is as at the date Contracts are exchanged. Therefore there is nothing you can do to force the Seller to change the front door lock, although it would be morally correct for the Seller to fix this for you, if you weren't aware of the problem.
However, as regards ***** ***** glazing, a Seller is under a duty to give "vacant possession" on completion- ie he is under a duty to empty the property and must only leave those items that he has ticked on the Fittings and Contents list. So, on the basis that his Solicitor did not put a clause in the Contract saying that the Sale is to include all items in the property (which would be most uncommon), he us under a duty to remove the glazing.
I would therefore suggest that you get your Solicitor to fax/email the Sellers Solicitor on Monday asking for confirmation that the glazing will be removed. Alternatively, you can speak to the Estate Agents and ask them to cotact the Seller.
Furthermore, if you don't get confirmation that the glazing has been removed, you can ask to inspect the property on the completion date to check the glazing has been removed, before you then instruct your Solicitor to send the Purchase monies to the Sellers Solicitor.
No doubt your Solicitor will be able to confirm all the above to you on Monday.
I hope this helps and sets out the legal position.