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Surveyor negligence for failing to identify subsidence

The following case study outlines an example of professional negligence involving a surveyor for not identifying a property was subsiding. We may be able to help with specialist legal advice if you find yourself in a similar position. Get in touch today by calling our helpline on HELPLINE TBA

Mr Wright bought a house 3 years ago. It is an old house, and he obtained a full structural survey. The survey said that other than some minor work that needed to be carried out on the roof, the house was in a good state.

Mr Wright has recently noticed large cracks around the fireplace, and has asked another surveyor to examine the house.

The second surveyor has advised that the house is suffering from subsidence, and has been suffering for many years.

If Mr Wright had known this at the time he would not have bought the property. Mr Wright has a claim against the first surveyor for professional negligence.

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