What Does the TA6 Form Japanese Knotweed Section Mean for Home Buyers?
The TA6 form question surrounding Japanese knotweed will affect home buyers depending on whether they insist on a full invasive plant survey as a condition of sale or not. If the question answers “Not Known,” for the existence of Japanese knotweed within three meters of the property boundary, a survey as a condition of sale can ensure that buyers are aware of any knotweed on the property before committing.
What Does the TA6 Form Japanese Knotweed Section Mean for Home Sellers?
A TA6 form will affect sellers if they ticked “No” for Japanese knotweed being present within a three-metre perimeter of the boundary. If Japanese knotweed is then indeed found, this would result in litigation, which could be up to £30,000 worth in damages. It’s best to seek counsel to avoid any potential major litigation issues.
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Due to our wealth of knowledge, experience in the field, and access to the latest technology in the industry, we are fully equipped to detect even the smallest amount of Japanese knotweed around your home.
If you are looking for TA6 form guidance, we can provide you with all the information that you need to be able to complete your form accurately. Our aim is to help you to speed up the buying and selling process, through our excellent service.
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