Posted by Jason on February 12, 2002 at 18:59:27:
Here is what the “buyer’s Inspection Amendment” says…
Buyer shall, at buyer’s expense have 14 days from the date of acceptance whithin which to obtain an inspection of the premises by a disinterested reputable individual(s) or company qualified in such matters. If such reports reveals that the roof, or the heating, air conditioning, plumbing, sewage or electrical systems are not in good repair and/or reasonable working order or thet the premises has material structural damage, then the buyer shall have 7 days from the date of inspection to submit a written repair amendment to the seller supported by the attached inspection report.
The repair amendment(that would maybe save us)was not added by the advice of the realator beacuse “we don’t want to cause any problems over little things” Also, our realator gave us information about what the buyer had discussed with their agent, which was received from the seller’s agent. Is this wrong?