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Selling with bad neighbours?

Do you have to tell buyers?

Asked on Jan 7 2012, Selling in Sleaford | Report content

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  • I dont think you are under any legal obligation to tell a potential purchaser if you have a bad neighbour. Personally I wouldn't say anything.

    Answered on Jan 9 2012, Report content
  • Only if incidents have been reported. If so, speak to a solicitor and get help with how best to word the issues you have had. Most neighbour problems are personal, a clash of personalities, so one persons bad neighbour is anothers ghost. If nothing has been reported, I agree with above, don't say a word.

    Answered on Jan 9 2012, Report content
  • You will be under an obligation to disclose all disputes or complaints regarding yours or neighbouring properties in the contract papers (property information form question 2.1). To willfully fail to mention these could be a fraudulent misreprensentation and cause problems later on.

    Answered on Feb 8 2012, Report content

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