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Lightning strike certificate needed for house sale?

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  • Lightning strike certificate needed for house sale?

    Hi all, the chimney in my house got struck by lightning in 2007 and I only bought the property in 2008. I am now selling the property and the buyers’ search show that there has been a building regulation application (‘Dangerous Structure- chimney damaged by lightning strike’ in 2007) but I don’t have anything on this.
    The buyers’ solicitors are asking for a lightning strike certificate- does anyone know from where I could get this?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Lightning strike certificate needed for house sale?

    Hi, I have never heard of this either but usually if one is not in existence you can take out an indemnity policy to cover it (about £150).
    Jonathan Rolande
    Director of House Buy Fast.
    The UK's Quick House Buying Company
    01903 331 588.

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