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Caroline, Both Buyer and Seller in Phoenix, AZ

where can I find info about what is allowed to be listed on the buyer`s Notice of Non-Working Warranted item?

Asked by Caroline, Phoenix, AZ Tue Sep 2, 2008

are code issues allowed to be on notice of non-working warranted items?

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Caroline,
Your Agent should it encourage you to read the purchase contract.
Under section 5. Warranties (lines 163-168) also read warranties that survive closing (5b lines 169-175)
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Hi, Caroline
Per page 4 of the standard MLS contract, section 5a:
"Seller warrants and shall maintain and repair the Premises, so that, at the earlier of possession or COE: (i) all heating, cooling, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems (including swimming pool and/or spa, motors, filter systems, cleaning systems, and heaters, if any), free-standing range/oven, and built-in appliances will be in working condition; ..."
You should read the remainder of this section, in addition to section 5b. But it is items included in the list above that I typically include for my Buyer in the the Notice of Non-Working Warranted Items (within the Buyer's Inspection Notice).
If you need assistance please advise. Thanks, Eric
Web Reference: http://www.JustAskEric.com
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On the AAR Purchase contract.. lines- 163-168
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