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building regulations for extension

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    I am currently trying to sell my home we had an offer which we accepted 6 weeks ago but when they got a valuation done our "extension" was said to be single brick which MAY cause damp. The extension is a 70 year old out house which is attached to the house and is now our kitchen every house down our street has it and in the original deeds it is shown on the drawing. We had it dry lined years ago but the buyer was not happy and so paid for an extensive survey which confirmed that we were telling the truth and that the house is in a perfect condition however now she wants building regulations of when the extension took place (to my knowledge its always been here and is drawn on the land registry documents of 1937) and a final completion certificate of extension (again I don't think this exists). I keep thinking she is clinging onto this to try and lower the price but when these documents can't be produced I don't know what to do?