Here’s a question that comes up from time to time when working with buyer’s, often enough to make mention of it here. The standard Residential Purchase Contract does not contain a clause which gives the Buyer a right of access to the property until the Seller’s lawyer tells the Seller the keys are releasable, and only at the agreed upon time. A walk through by the buyer and their Associate prior to possession is a privilege, not a right. Any access to the property prior to that point is 100 per- cent at the discretion of the Seller.
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I have received numerous phone calls of late with respect to seller disclosure requirements. First off, I would think that this is an area which is legislated provincially, and not federally so the requirements would probably differ from state to state and province to province.