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SUBSCRIBER-ONLY POLL RESULT: Should passing a warrant of fitness be a condition of house sales?

A narrow majority of NBR member subscribers don't agree houses should have to pass a WOF before they're sold

Nick Grant
Fri, 24 Oct 2014

A narrow majority of NBR member subscribers don’t believe passing a warrant of fitness (WOF) should be a condition of house sales.

The poll result comes in the wake of Jennian Homes calling for legislation requiring owners to upgrade their houses to a minimum standard before they can sell

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Nick Grant
Fri, 24 Oct 2014
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