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Advertisement of Property - What can be said, what cannot be said?

Hi there, I'm looking specifically at the legal requirements (backed by key legislations) as to what can be said and what cannot be said when it comes to advertising property for sale, including descriptions used to entice buyers. Background: Planning to acquire a property with sea views, however, there is a possibility that the land that the property sits on, is going to be divided up. Current advert states that it has "Magnificent views over the Bay" however, should the seller sell parts of the land to someone else before we fully acquire the house, and the land in question is between the house and the sea view (bay) and is turned into a car park/driveway/access road and a big white van is parked there, then is there any breach when it comes to advert? As clearly if there's a big white van parked there or whatever junk subsequently blocks our Magnificent views over the Bay. Then clearly this house will no longer have "Magnificent views over the Bay". Hopefully, that makes sense!

Asked on Nov 24 2016, General in County Down | Report content

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