With regard to property advertisements, we make every effort that could be reasonably expected of a serious professional when verifying the information provided about a property. Where possible, this information is corroborated by documents and/or documentary proof. However, some information cannot be verified using a simple investigation and are mentioned solely based on the indications provided by the owner. Our duty to provide information and advice is solely a duty of means and not of result, and we cannot be held liable under any circumstances should information provided by the owner be incorrect, incomplete or misleading when the information cannot be easily verified or when the documents required to verify the information have not been provided after being asked for. The would-be buyer will nevertheless be informed of a particular document, if applicable.
Furthermore, the seller is sometimes unaware, in good faith, of the state of certain inaccessible or easily accessible parts of their property not covered by the mandatory diagnostics, for example the roof of the building. It is up to the buyer, if they so desire, to have a structural inspection of the property carried out at their own expense, by an expert, and under no circumstances shall Proficio be held liable should defects of the property that were not spontaneously indicated by the seller or identified by the mandatory diagnostics, arise after the sale.
Furthermore, it is the responsibility of the would-be buyer to inform us in writing, prior to the conclusion of a preliminary contract of sale, of any element of particular importance to them (for example, the existence of public transport near the property, high-speed internet in the property, etc.…) and whose absence or lack of could affect their consent to the proposed transaction. In this regard, Proficio shall not be held liable in any way due to such an absence or lack should its attention not have been drawn to the importance of this element to the buyer beforehand. The same is true regarding the usual use of the property intended by the buyer: Proficio will only be able to form an opinion on the suitability of the property based on the use the buyer intends to make of it if the latter has provided all the necessary criteria in this regard beforehand.
We reserve the right to change the information provided on this website (including these terms and conditions) at any time without notice. It is therefore recommended to consult it regularly.
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