Asked by Jerry, 20020 • Mon Feb 11, 2008
I am a seller with a contract with a buyer in the state of MD. The contract and settlement are contigent upon a termite inspection. The buyer paid for the inspection and it was arranged by the buyer's agent. The termite inspection took place and the inspector said that everything looked fine in my house and he could not find termites. However, the inspector said that he could not give a termite warranty to the buyer because he found that the outside of my house looked like it had inactive treatment. I guess he meant that he could not tell when my house was last treated outside for termites. I have NO receipts or paperwork to show any past treatment. What should I do? Do I as a seller have to pay for the treatment before closing?
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