PIQ

Intro

ABOUT THIS FORM

 

To be completed by the seller.

 

The seller may be the owner or owners, a representative with the necessary authority to sell the property for
an owner who has died, a representative with the necessary authority to sell the property for a living owner
(e.g. a Power of Attorney with appropriate powers) or be selling in some other capacity. The form should be
completed as though the questions are being answered by the owner.

 

This form runs in line with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 and must be
completed as accurately as possible. Under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008
both the seller and agent must disclose anything, within their knowledge, that would affect the transactional
decision of the average consumer.

 

The purpose of this form is to help sellers and agents understand the types of details that should be disclosed
if known. However, it should not be considered exhaustive and as such anything material not included on the
form that you feel would affect the decision of the average buyer should also be disclosed to potential
purchasers.

 

If you are found to be in breach of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 then you
could face both an unlimited fine and/or imprisonment of up to two years.
The information provided within this form should only relate to the period during which you owned the
property. If there is any material information prior to your ownership that you are aware of there is an
‘additional information’ section at the end of the form

 

The information provided within this Property Information Questionnaire will be used in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (GDPR) the terms of which can be found in our privacy policy at https://hardistyandco.com/privacy-policy

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