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PROPERTY INFORMATION QUESTIONNAIRE

    About This Form

    Part A: Disclosure of material facts. Getting the property ‘Market Ready’

    The information which you provide must be accurate. Whether you are the owner of the property or represent someone who has died or is unable or unavailable to complete the form, the form should be completed as though the questions are being answered by the owner.

    This form is required to ensure that the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 are complied with during the marketing of the property and must be completed as accurately as possible. Under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 it is important to disclose anything that would materially affect the transactional decision of the average consumer.

    If you do not know an answer to a question, then that is fine but please provide as much information as possible and do not omit information.

    The information will be used by the conveyancers representing yourself and the buyer during the conveyancing process and will form part of the contract for the sale of the property. If any of the information changes before you complete the sale, then you should let your conveyancer know as soon as you become aware of the
    new information.

    Instructing your conveyancer now will mean that they can review the information which you have provided and help you resolve any title defects or replacing missing documents will significantly speed up the sale.

    1. PROPERTY TO BE SOLD

    Throughout this form this property may be referred to as ‘the property’, ‘this property’ or ‘your property’.

    1. Property address

    1.2 What is the title to the property?

    1.3 If leasehold, complete the following

    1.4 If leasehold or a managed freehold, complete the following

    1.5 What parking arrangements are there?

    1.6 Listing and Conservation


    2. SELLER FEEDBACK AND PROPERTY PROS & CONS

    3. DISPUTES AND COMPLAINTS

    4. ALTERATIONS AND CHANGES TO THE PROPERTY

    4.5 For each of the changes and installation, please confirm:

    5. NOTICES WHICH AFFECT THE PROPERTY

    Are you aware of, or have you received any of the following notices?

    You will need to provide details of any notices to your conveyancer and estate agent.

    6. SPECIALIST ISSUES

    7. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS

    A final list will need to be completed after the sale is agreed with your legal representative.

    8. UTILITIES/SERVICES

    8.4 When was the heating system installed? If after 1 April 2005, provide a copy of the CORGI or Gas Safe installation completion certificate.

    8.5 When was the heating system last serviced/maintained? Provide a copy of the last inspection report.

    9. INSURANCE

    10. BOUNDARIES/ACCESS

    11. RIGHTS AND INFORMAL ARRANGEMENTS

    Do you know of any of the following rights or arrangements affecting the property?

    12. OTHER ISSUES AFFECTING THE PROPERTY

    13. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Part B: Getting the property ‘Sale Ready’

    Additional information required for the conveyancing process

    LEGAL OWNERSHIP

    1.1 Full name and address of legal owner(s)

    1.2 Seller’s Conveyancer

    2. ABOUT THE PROPERTY

    3. BOUNDARIES

    3.1 Looking towards the property from the road, who owns or accepts responsibility to maintain or repair the boundary feature?

    4. SERVICES CROSSING THE PROPERTY OR NEIGHBOURING PROPERTY

    5. GUARANTEES

    5.1 Are there any guarantees or warranties relating to this property?

    ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE (EPC)

    7. ELECTRICITY

    8. OCCUPIERS

    9. TRANSACTIONAL INFORMATION

    CONSUMER PROTECTION
    REGULATIONS — DECLARATION