Barnard, Lucy
August 2007
Estates Gazette;8/4/2007, Issue 731, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports that home information packs became compulsory on August 1, 2007 for anyone selling a four-bedroom house in England and Wales. The implementation, delayed from the original June 1, 2007 date, provoked mixed reactions from the industry. The new legislation is expected to be extended to three-bedroom houses from September 2007.


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