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Resolved dispute in house sale.

We have our property, which we have occupied happily for seven years, on the market. There has been a dispute but this has been resolved & will not affect the new owners in any way. I have declared it but I'm wondering whether, in these circumstances, the estate agents need to mention it. Some websites think not. Thank you for any advice you can give.

Asked on Oct 4 2013, Selling in Torquay | Report content

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  • Always disclose it. Even when a dispute is settled or years ago, it should be disclosed for your own protection. Ask your agent to disclose it for you. If the dispute is not ongoing, it should not be a problem. Honesty is the best policy.

    Answered on Oct 5 2013, Report content
  • I would have said that this is a solicitors manner and not the estate agents, as such info needs to be disclosed via the fixtures and fittings forms. This can still cause a problem and solicitors may want further clarification or an indemnity policy to cover the lender particularly

    Answered on Nov 5 2013, Report content

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