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sellers property information form (spif)

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annemarie31 | 22:23 Fri 02nd Mar 2007 | Law
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I am planning to sell my house in the near future but am worried that the sellers property information form (SPIF) could jeopordise my chances. About a year ago i wrote to my local council to complain about a childrens play area which was developed near to my house. Luckily my worst fears were not realised and the area is more of an assett than a nuisance. However, I believe that the SPIF obliges me to disclose this letter though I think this is very unfair, I would never have written it if I had known it would come back to haunt me! I am hoping to set of for Canada in a few months and cannot sleep for worry that I will not be able to sell. Please somone tell me it is not obligatory or that I can leave it blank - I think it leaves anyone wide open to litigation . Thanks! ANNA X

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