Electrical Certificate of Compliance
It is the law – a seller must produce an Electrical Certificate of Compliance, the transferring attorneys are required to include this with the documents delivered to the Deed Office. That’s great as the buyer has the security of knowing the wiring in their new house is safe. This electrical certificate is not checked by the Deeds Office.
Fixtures and fittings -This can be a minefield!
Normally there is a paragraph with a number of items stated, separated by a comma and the option to cross out items and initial at the end of that particular line, this leaves it open to ambiguity – certainly it does not stand up to legal scrutiny. I will give an example below: