Many agents in simply believe that there isn’t one at all.
That’s not true. It’s Form 820 entitled “Residential Information Checklist”.
There are also some additional Schedules set out in Forms 821 to 826.
This is very important. Certainly, if you go to Court and you missed something which appears on the standard form checklist you may have some explaining to do.
Here is the list:
Form 820 Residential Information
Form 821 Residential Information Checklist – Schedule for Condominium
Form 822 Residential Information Checklist – Schedule for Water Supply, Waste Disposal, Access, Shoreline, Utilities
Form 823 Residential Information Checklist – Rental or Lease – Fixture(s)/Chattel(s) Included
Form 824 Green Information Checklist – Residential
Form 825 Green Information Checklist – Commercial
Form 826 Residential Information Checklist – Rental/Tenancy on Property
Obviously, you will need to know the answers to all these questions. It will be embarrassing if you left something out. It may even lead to discipline or liability.
Brian Madigan LL.B., Broker